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All retired numbers on NBA teams

The NBA has part of its numbers retired in the different teams in honor of its most representative figures. The North American league does not all


The NBA has part of its numbers retired in the different teams in honor of its most representative figures. The North American league does not allow these numbers to be worn to honor those who wore it in a certain outfit and stood out greatly with it on. The complete list of numbers that are out of circulation is as follows, ordering the teams from most to least titles won.

boston celtics

Robert Parish (00), Walter Brown (1), ‘Red’ Auerbach (2), Dennis Johnson (3), Kevin Garnett (5), Bill Russell (6), JoJo White (10), Bob Cousy (14), Tom Heinsohn (15), Tom Sanders (16), John Havlicek (17), Dave Cowens (18), Don Nelson (19), Bill Sharman (21), Ed Macauley (22), Frank Ramsey (23), Sam Jones (24), KC Jones (25), Cedric Maxwell (31), Kevin McHale (32), Larry Bird (33), Paul Piece (34), Reggie Lewis (35)

– Jim Loscutoffn (18, previously retired by him)

– Johnny Most (mention as communicator)

Los Angeles Lakers

Kobe Bryant (8 and 24), Wilt Chamberlain (13), Elgin Bayler (22), Gail Goodrich (25), ‘Magic’ Johnson (32), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (33), Shaquille O’Neal (34), James Worthy (42), Jerry West (44), Jamaal Wilkes (52)

– Chick Hearn (mention as communicator)

Golden State Warriors

Wilt Chamberlain (13), Tom Meschery (14), Al Attles (16), Chris Mullin (17), Rick Barry (24), Nate Thurmond (42)

chicago bulls

Jerry Sloan (4), Bob Love (10), Michael Jordan (23), Scottie Pippen (33)

– Phil Jackson (mention as coach)

– Jerry Krause (mention as director)

San Antonio Spurs

Johnny Moore (00), Avery Johnson (6), Tony Parker (9), James Silas (13), Manu Ginobili (20), Tim Duncan (21), Sean Elliott (32), George Gervin (44), David Robinson (fifty)

– Bruce Bowen (12, previously retired by him)

Detroit Pistons

Chauncey Billups (1), Chuck Daly (2), Ben Wallace (3), Joe Dumars (4), Dennis Rodman (10), Isiah Thomas (11), Vinnie Johnson (15), Bob Lanier (16), Dave Bing (21), Richard Hamilton (32), Bill Laimbeer (40)

– William Davidson (mention as director)

Miami Heat

Chris Bosh (1), Dwyane Wade (3), Tim Hardaway (10), Michael Jordan (23), Shaquille O’Neal (32), Alonzo Mourning (33),

– Dan Marino (13, previously retired by him)

Philadelphia 76ers

Moses Malone (2), Allen Iverson (3), Julius Erving (6), Mo Cheeks (10), Wilt Chamberlain (13), Hal Greer (15), Bobby Jones (24), Billy Cunningham (32), Charles Barkley (3. 4)

Houston Rockets

Yao Ming (11), Clyde Drexler (22), Calvin Murphy (23), Moses Malone (24), Hakeem Olajuwon (34), Rudy Tomjanovic (45)

– Carroll Dawson (mention as director)

New York Knicks

Walt Frazier (10), Dick Barnett (12), Earl Monroe (15), Dick McGuire (15), Willis Reed (19), Dave DeBusschere (22), Bill Bradley (24), Pat Ewing (33), Red Holzman (613)

milwaukee bucks

Oscar Robertson (1), Junior Bridgeman (2), Sidney Moncrief (4), Marques Johnson (8), Jon McGlocklin (14), Bob Lanier (16), Brian Winters (32), Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (33)

Atlanta Hawks

Bob Pettit (9), Dominique Wilkins (21), Lou Hudson (21), Jason Collier (40), Pete Maravich (44), Dikembe Mutombo (55)

Cleveland Cavaliers

Bingo Smith (7), Zydrunas Ilgauskas (11), Larry Nance Mark Price (25), Austin Carr (34), Nate Thurmond (42), Brad Daugherty (43)

– Larry Nance (22, previously retired by him)

– Joe Tait (mention as communicator)

Dallas Mavericks

Derek Harper (12), Brad Davis (15), Rolando Blackman (22), Dirk Nowitzki (41)

Oklahoma City Thunder

Gus Williams (1), Nick Collison (4), Nate McMillan (10), Lenny Wilkens (19), Spencer Haywood (24), Fred Brown (32), Jack Sikma (43)

Portland Trail Blazers

David Twardzik (13), Lionel Hollins (14), Larry Steele (15), Maurice Lucas (20), Clyde Drexler (22), Bob Gross (30), Bill Walton (32), Lloyd Neal (36), Geoff Petrie (45), Jack Ramsay (77)

– Larry Weinberg (1, previously retired by him)

Sacramento Kings

‘Tiny’ Archibald (1), Mitch Richmond (2), Chris Webber (4), Bob Davies (11), Maurice Stokes (12), Oscar Robertson (14), Peja Stojakovic (16), Vlade Divac (21), Jack Twyman (27), Sam Lacey (44)

Washington Wizards

Earl Monroe (10), Elvin Hayes (11), Gus Johnson (25), Wes Unseld (41), Phil Chenier (45)

Brooklyn Nets

Drazen Petrovic (3), Jason Kidd (5), John Williamson (23), Bill Melchionni (25), Julius Erving (32), Buck Williams (52)

– Wendell Ladner (4, previously retired by him)

Charlotte Hornets

Bobby Phills (13)

Denver Nuggets

Alex English (2), Fat Lever (12), David Thompson (33), Byron Beck (40), Dan Issel (44), Dikembe Mutombo (55), Doug Moe (432)

Indiana Pacers

George McGinnis (30), Reggie Miller (31), Mel Daniels (34), Roger Brown (35), ‘Slick’ Leonard (529)

memphis grizzlies

Zach Randolph (50)

minnesota timberwolves

Malik Sealy (2)

New Orleans Pelicans

Pete Maravich (7)

phoenix suns

Dick van Arsdale (5), Walter Davis (6), Kevin Johnson (7), Dan Majerle (9), Steve Nash (13), Tom Chambers (24), Charles Barkley (34), Connie Hawkins (42), Paul Westphal (44), Cotton Fitzsimmons (832)

– Alvan Adams (15, previously retired by him)

– Joe Proski (mention as coach)

Utah Jazz

Frank Layden (1), Adrian Dantley (4), Pete Maravich (7), John Stockton (12), Jeff Hornacek (14), Karl Malone (32), Darrell Griffith (35), Mark Eaton (53), Jerry Sloan (1223)

Other considerations:

· The NBA will withdraw the ‘6’ from all franchises when the current bearers of the number abandon it. It is a measure to honor Bill Russell.

Pau Gasol will have his Lakers number ’16’ retired on March 7, 2023, the franchise announced.