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During his thirteen seasons, long NBA career Magic Johnson led the league in assists four times and averaged 11.2 dimes over 906 regular-season games.

In playoffs, he was even more impressive leading the League five times while averaging 12.3 dimes per game. Today, Magic Johnson ranks fifth on the NBA all-time assists leaders list with a total of 10,141.

  1. John Stockton — 15,806
  2. Jason Kidd — 12,091
  3. Steve Nash — 10,335
  4. Mark Jackson — 10,334
  5. Magic Johnson — 10,141
  6. Oscar Robertson — 9,887
  7. Isiah Thomas — 9,061
  8. Gary Payton — 8,966
  9. Chris Paul — 8,708 (active)
  10. Andre Miller — 8,524
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