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^ Active NBA player
* Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Occurred in playoff competition
Player's team lost the game
Offensive
rebounds
Defensive
rebounds
Total
rebounds
Player Team Date Opponent Score Points Minutes
played
Field goal % Led the league in offensive rebounds Notes
21 11 32 Template:Sortname* Houston Rockets Template:Dts Seattle SuperSonics
19 18 37 Template:Sortname* Houston Rockets Template:Dts New Orleans Jazz
18 8 26 Template:Sortname Chicago Bulls Template:Dts Milwaukee Bucks 116–125 35 No Overtime. Rookie. Oakley also had seven assists. 10 offensive rebounds in a half. It was teammate Michael Jordan's first game back from a foot injury.
18 16 34 Template:Sortname* Detroit Pistons Template:Dts Indiana Pacers 110–107 10 Yes Overtime. Rodman shot 4–15 from the field. Rodman grabbed 8 offensive boards in the second half and 6 in the fourth quarter.
18 3 21 Template:Sortname^ Milwaukee Bucks Template:Dts Brooklyn Nets 127–129 22 No Triple overtime. Pachulia also had seven assists.
17 3 20 Template:Sortname New Jersey Nets Template:Dts Indiana Pacers 97–95 18 Yes First game of the season.
16 11 27 Template:Sortname* Atlanta Hawks Template:Dts Buffalo Braves Overtime.
16 13 29 Template:Sortname* Houston Rockets Template:Dts Buffalo Braves
16 13 29 Template:Sortname* Houston Rockets Template:Dts Indiana Pacers 44 Malone shot 16–22 from the field.
16 7 23 Template:Sortname Golden State Warriors Template:Dts Denver Nuggets 113–111 6 Yes Smith shot 3–14 from the field. Smith grabbed 12 offensive boards in one half, and also 11 in one quarter, setting the NBA record.
16 5 21 Template:Sortname* Philadelphia 76ers Template:Dts New York Knicks 99–102 28 Yes Barkley played the whole game. Barkley grabbed 13 offensive boards in one half and 11 in one quarter, both NBA records.
16 9 25 Template:Sortname* Philadelphia 76ers Template:Dts Denver Nuggets 116–106 26 Yes Barkley also had nine assists.
16 19 35 Template:Sortname Chicago Bulls Template:Dts Cleveland Cavaliers 103–107 26 Yes Second-to-last game of season; Oakley was in a rebounding title race with Michael Cage, the closest such race in NBA history. Oakley grabbed 21 total rebounds in the second half. Oakley grabbed more defensive rebounds than offensive rebounds.
16 8 24 Template:Sortname San Antonio Spurs Template:Dts Golden State Warriors 135–144 28 No Overtime. Cummings shot 12–31 from the field. David Robinson of the Spurs had 11 offensive rebounds.
16 17 33 Template:Sortname Atlanta Hawks Template:Dts Washington Bullets 102–103 20 No Overtime. Willis shot 10–27 from the field. Willis grabbed 11 offensive boards in a half and 6 in a quarter. Willis grabbed more defensive rebounds than offensive rebounds. He also had four blocks.
16 3 19 Template:Sortname Washington Wizards Template:Dts Cleveland Cavaliers 115–107 36 No Blatche shot 15–32 from the field.


^ Active NBA player
* Inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame
Occurred in playoff competition
Player's team lost the game



Offensive
rebounds
Defensive
rebounds
Total
rebounds
Player Team Date Opponent Score Points Minutes
played
Opponent
field goal %
Led the league in defensive rebounds Notes
5 29 34 Template:Sortname* Los Angeles Lakers Template:Dts Detroit Pistons
4 28 32 Template:Sortname* Capital Bullets Template:Dts Atlanta Hawks
8 26 34 Template:Sortname Miami Heat Template:Dts Washington Bullets
2 25 27 Template:Sortname* Capital Bullets Template:Dts Seattle SuperSonics
3 25 28 Template:Sortname* Chicago Bulls Template:Dts San Antonio Spurs
7 25 32 Template:Sortname* Golden State Warriors Template:Dts New York Knicks
7 25 32 Template:Sortname San Diego Clippers Template:Dts Denver Nuggets
4 25 29 Template:Sortname Indiana Pacers Template:Dts Denver Nuggets
8 25 33 Template:Sortname* Houston Rockets Template:Dts Phoenix Suns
1 25 26 Template:Sortname Los Angeles Lakers Template:Dts Milwaukee Bucks