INSTRUCTIONS: Type "1" for points, "2" for rebounds, "3" for assists, "4" for steals, and "5" for blocks. You want to guess the statistic that each NBA Top 50 at 50 player is highest on the all-time rankings for. It doesn't matter if a player has more points than rebounds, it matters how many players have more of each statistic than them (relative rankings). The rankings are for totals, not per game. ABA statistics aren't included. "250>" means that the player is not among the top 250 leaders for that statistic. Example player: LeBron James is 32nd all time in points, #182 in rebounds, #46 in assists, #57 in steals, and #163 in blocks so the correct answer is points and you should type "1". Steals and blocks became official statistics in the 1973-74 season. Players that didn't make the top 250–including if they played mostly before the 1973-74 season-will still be listed as #250>. Some players may have multiple correct answers because their highest ranking is the same number for multiple stats.