No. 1 Wolf

Garnett may have announced his retirement on Friday after 21 seasons, but his name will rest comfortably in the Timberwolves record book for years to come. He has a gaping lead in multiple statistical categories, so if any Wolves player (present or future) wants to catch him, he has a lot of work to do.

Games

1. Garnett 970

2. Sam Mitchell 757

Differential: 22.0 %

 

Minutes

1. Garnett 36,189

2. Sam Mitchell 18,394

Differential: 49.2 %

 

Points

1. Garnett 19,201

2. Sam Mitchell 7,161

Differential: 62.7 %

 

Field goals

1. Garnett 7,647

2. Sam Mitchell 2,664

Differential: 65.2 %

 

Field goal attempts

1. Garnett 15,560

2. Sam Mitchell 6,004

Differential: 61.4 %

 

Free throws

1. Garnett 3,743

2. Kevin Love 1,913

Differential: 48.9 %

Offensive rebounds

1. Garnett 2,588

2. Kevin Love 1,345

Differential: 48.0 %

 

Defensive rebounds

1. Garnett 8,130

2. Kevin Love 3,108

Differential: 61.2 %

 

Total rebounds

1. Garnett 10,718

2. Kevin Love 4,453

Differential: 58.5 %

 

Assists

1. Garnett 4,216

2. Ricky Rubio 2,309

Differential: 45.2 %

 

Steals

1. Garnett 1,315

2. Ricky Rubio 619

Differential: 52.9 %

 

Blocks

1. Garnett 1,590

2. Rasho Nesterovic 373

Differential: 76.5 %