1993 NBA MVP
11 time All-Star
Five time All-NBA First team
Five time All-NBA Second team
One time All-NBA Third team
1991 All-Star game MVP
1992 and 1996 Gold Medal Winner
It's tough for anyone in the NBA to average 12 rebounds over a lengthy career. It makes it even more difficult when you're listed as 6'6" and reportedly 6'4". Yet, rebounding came so easily for Charles Barkley—thanks in part to his wide frame and high basketball IQ around the rim. Barkley averaged under 10 rebounds only once in his career during his rookie season, where he still posted up totals of 14 points and nine rebounds per contest.
The only fault of his career would be the lack of jewelry on his hand. He led the Phoenix Suns to an NBA Finals in 1993, but he was met by the Chicago Bulls who beat him in six games.
Career averages: 22 ppg, 12 rpg, and 4 apg.