Having played in 31 games through four Olympics, both of which are USA Basketball records in the men's category, Carmelo Anthony sits atop Team USA's all-time leaderboard for career rebounds in the Olympics.
In a close second spot is David Robinson, a FIBA Hall of Famer whose 54 rebounds in 1988 is the fifth-most by a Team USA player over the course of a single Olympics.
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The record for the most rebounds in a single game is 16, which is jointly held by three players - DeAndre Jordan, Tim Duncan and James Brewer.
That said, here's a look at the top 10 players for all-time rebounders for Team USA in Olympics history:
|Rank||Player||Career rebounds||Career average||Olympics|
|1.||Carmelo Anthony||125||4.0||2016, 2012, 2008, 2004|
|2.||David Robinson||124||5.2||1996, 1992, 1988|
|3.||LeBron James||95||4.0||2012, 2008, 2004|
|4.||Patrick Ewing||87||5.4||1992, 1984|
|5.||Kevin Durant||86||5.4||2016, 2012|
|6.||Charles Barkley||82||5.5||1996, 1992|
|7.||Karl Malone||78||4.9||1996, 1992|
|10.||Carlos Boozer||64||4.0||2008, 2004|
Although Anthony's position at the top is not under threat, Kevin Durant, a member of Team USA's roster for the 2020 Tokyo Olympics, could rise as high as third all-time going by his average.
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