Which players have the most total wins in the NBA in the 2010s decade?

With the decade coming to a close, it's the perfect time to look back and reflect on the past 10 years of the NBA.

Take a look at the five players that accumulated the most wins - regular season and playoffs combined - over the 2010s.

While No. 1 might not surprise you, as well as the other names in the top-five, a particular Toronto Raptors player has made his impact on the decade climbing up to No. 2 on this list!

5. Andre Iguodala

Teams played for: Philadelphia 76ers, Denver Nuggets, Golden State Warriors

Wins: 549

Championships: Three (2015, 2017, 2018)

Andre Iguodala's name may seem like a surprise on the surface, but three championships with the Warriors helps his win total over the past decade.

He also has been a very healthy player, never playing less than 63 games over the past 10 years and his teams have only missed the playoffs once since 2009-10.

4. Kevin Durant

Teams played for: Oklahoma City Thunder, Golden State Warriors

Wins: 561

Championships: Two (2017, 2018)

Kevin Durant is someone who you'd expect to fall on this list as he's played for two winning teams in the Thunder and Warriors. He had one NBA Finals run with OKC and won two titles with the Warriors to boost his win total.

Even with his foot injury that caused him to miss 55 games in the 2014-15 season with the Thunder couldn't keep him out of the top-5.

Durant's teams have made the postseason every year he's played and with his playoff success, it's no shock to find his name here.

3. James Harden

Teams played for: Oklahoma City Thunder, Houston Rockets

Wins: 563

Championships: None

It's fairly interesting to see James Harden's name above players like Durant and Iguodala just because he's never won the championship and has only been to one NBA Finals.

But Harden has never missed the playoffs over the course of his career and has only been eliminated in the first round of the playoffs in four of his 10 appearances.

The Thunder were one of the best teams in the league to start his career and when he was traded to the Rockets he immediately made them playoff contenders every season.

2. Serge Ibaka

Teams played for: Oklahoma City Thunder, Orlando Magic, Toronto Raptors

Wins: 571

Championships: One (2019)

This may be the biggest surprise considering his name isn't typically classed with players like Harden, Durant or LeBron James and he only has one championship, unlike Iguodala, but Serge Ibaka is a winner.

Ibaka is responsible for the second-most wins in the decade, playing a key role in the Thunder's playoff runs and a number of successful seasons in Toronto, capped off with the 2019 NBA championship last season.

Ibaka is one of the most consistent players in the NBA and he does the things that help teams win - defend, rebound and score when needed. And not only have his teams been successful, but he's been able to stay on the floor for those winning teams, missing just 18 games at most over the past decade.

1. LeBron James

Teams played for: Miami Heat, Cleveland Cavaliers, Los Angeles Lakers

Wins: 630

Championships: Three (2012, 2013, 2016)

This should be expected.

Attending seven-consecutive NBA Finals is all you really need to know as to how James ends up at the top of this list. He has been the most dominant player of the past decade and his teams were always winning and near the top of the standings, making deep playoff runs.

He only missed the playoffs once in the past 10 years, and it was last season in his first year with the Lakers. Even without a year of making the playoffs, he still ended up with 59 more wins than the next-closest player on this list.

He's The King for a reason.

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