The Top 8 Stat-Sheet Stuffers in Recent NBA History

Which players have filled up the box score better than anyone else over the last 43 seasons?

Today, we find ourselves in the middle of a wave of stat-sheet stuffing NBA stars like Russell Westbrook, Giannis Antetokounmpo, Anthony Davis and LeBron James. Westbrook, who is currently averaging a triple-double, takes center stage and has often been compared to The Big O, Oscar Robertson.

He and the other three players above -- not to mention various other players -- possess the ability to go off for a triple-double, or at least put a dash in every category, on any given night. In this era, we can easily pick out these types of players by looking at an advanced stat called box plus-minus, or BPM.

Box plus-minus is a box score estimate of the points per 100 possessions a player contributes above league-average, translated to an average team. It accounts for statistical production dating back to the 1973-74 season, when all the necessary information is first historically available from which to extract BPM rates.

Since that year, which players have the most double-digit BPM seasons to their name? Here they are, listed from No. 8 to No. 1.