The NBA playoffs is when it all matters, with the best in the league going head-to-head after a grueling 82-game regular season.
Including some players who might not even reach the Hall of Fame - we give you the ten active NBA players with the most wins in playoff history.
All win numbers are as of June 17, 2022.
10) Serge Ibaka - 85
Ibaka was part of the great Oklahoma City Thunder team that included Kevin Durant and Russell Westbrook. He was also a key player for the Toronto Raptors when they won their maiden NBA title in 2018/19.
For OKC, Ibaka averaged 10.9 points, 2.5 blocks and 6.7 rebounds per game in the playoffs, playing from the age of 20 for six seasons before moving to Canada.
9) Kawhi Leonard - 86
Speaking of the Raptors' 2019 success, here is the man who carried that team and became the best player in franchise history by doing so.
Two-time Finals MVP and two-time NBA champion, Kawhi won a title with Toronto and the San Antonio Spurs and is currently trying to win another with the Los Angeles Clippers.
Leonard played 11 playoff games for the Clippers last season - averaging 30.4 PPG - before injuring his ACL, ruling him out of the entire 21/22 regular and post-season.
8) Udonis Haslem - 87
Haslem has not featured in the playoffs since 2016 - which was also the last season that he played over 16 regular season games.
He could retire at the end of 21/22 after the Miami Heat lost to the Boston Celtics in the Eastern Conference Finals.
Haslem is still an active player for his influence off the court, as he knows how to keep his team focused on the task at hand.
7) Steph Curry - 93
The greatest shooter of all time is seventh for the most wins in the playoffs with 93 and counting.
Curry has spent his entire career with the Golden State Warriors and has helped them win four titles, picking up his first Finals MVP in 2022.
The point guard averages 26.6 PPG, 5.4 RPG and 6.2 assists in the playoffs, playing 37.3 minutes a night.
6) Kevin Durant - 95
Currently playing for the Brooklyn Nets, KD averages 29.4 PPG in the playoffs and helped OKC reach the Finals in 2012 alongside Ibaka and Westbrook as they lost in five to the Miami Heat.
=4) Klay Thompson - 102
One half of the 'Splash Brothers' with Steph Curry, Thompson has been a huge reason for the Warriors' success in the last decade.
After a three-year playoff hiatus, the shooting guard returned this post-season and claimed his fourth ring, as did...
=4) Draymond Green - 102
Green and Thompson both have 102 wins from 145 games played, which is 11 games and nine wins more than Curry.
The power forward might average less points than Thompson and Curry, but his importance as a leader and defender cannot be understated.
3) Danny Green - 104
Green has done what his former Raptors teammate Leonard has not been able to yet, win a championship with three different franchises.
The 3-and-D shooting guard won his first title with the Spurs before winning one with the Raptors and Los Angeles Lakers. Across his 164 games and 105 wins, Green averages 8.1 points and 1.1 steals per game.
2) Andre Iguodala - 105
A trend may be forming here...
The 2015 Finals MVP, Iguodala, spent two years away from Steve Kerr's Warriors before returning in 2021. He is definitely past his best but still an important cog for Golden State.
Iguodala helped the Miami Heat reach the NBA Finals in 19/20 as they lost to the Lakers in the Orlando Bubble.
1) LeBron James - 174
Just like he is for playoff points scored, James is miles ahead when it comes to post-season victories.
LeBron reached the playoffs every single season between 2006 and 2018, making seven consecutive Finals appearances representing both the Heat and Cleveland Cavaliers.
In four seasons with the Lakers, he has missed the playoffs twice, been beaten in the first round once and won it all in 2020.
The NBA legend averages 28.7 PPG in the post-season and it will take some doing to catch him in both points scored (7,631) and wins in the playoffs.