This one is tough. Unsurprisingly, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar also holds the Bucks record for most total rebounds. Kareem grabbed 7,161 boards in his six years with Milwaukee.
Giannis Antetokounmpo is probably the only Buck with a real shot here. None of Milwaukee’s centers are featured prominently enough to ever rival Abdul-Jabbar, and neither Khris nor Jabari has the rebounding chops to chase Kareem.
Giannis might. He’s got 1,493 boards through three Milwaukee seasons, with his total rebounds going up each year. He grabbed over 600 rebounds last year. It would take over nine seasons of that kind of production for Giannis to take Kareem’s top spot.
Considering how young Antetokounmpo is, it’s possible. He’d need a long and productive Bucks career, but if he can keep that average of nearly eight boards per game up he has an outside chance at that record.
Take a second to remember how damn great Kareem was right here. Giannis and Jabari are fantastic players, and it would take them around 12 years apiece to top marks Kareem set in literally half the time if they manage to stay so productive over the next decade.