Kentucky's 1,000-point club

April 3, 2012 

On Monday night, sophomore Doron Lamb became the 60th UK men's basketball player to score 1,000 career points.

The top 10

1. Dan Issel 2,138

2. Kenny Walker 2,080

3. Jack Givens 2,038

4. Keith Bogans 1,923

5. Tony Delk 1,890

6. Jamal Mashburn 1,843

7. Kevin Grevey 1,801

8. Tayshaun Prince 1,775

9. Cotton Nash 1,770

10. Alex Groza 1,744

The Rest

11. Ed Davender 1,637; 12. Louie Dampier 1,575; 13. Patrick Patterson, 1,564; 14. Mike Casey 1,535; 15. Ralph Beard 1,517; 16. Melvin Turpin 1,509; 17. Cliff Hagan 1,475; 18. Pat Riley 1,464; 19. Johnny Cox 1,461; 20. Joe Crawford 1,438.

21. Kyle Macy 1,411; 22. Winston Bennett 1,399; 23. Rick Robey 1,395; 24. Gerald Fitch 1,391; 25. Mike Phillips 1,367; 26. Mike Pratt 1,359; 27. Frank Ramsey 1,344; 28. Ramel Bradley 1,326; 29. Jim Andrews 1,320; 30. Sam Bowie 1,285.

31. Jim Master 1,283; 32. John Pelphrey 1,257; 33. Scott Padgett 1,252; 34. Darius Miller, 1,248; 35. Jodie Meeks, 1,246; 36. Tom Parker 1,238; 37. Deron Feldhaus 1,231; 38. Derrick Hord 1,220; 39. Bill Spivey 1,213; 40. Chuck Hayes 1,211.

41. Rodrick Rhodes 1,209; 42. Wayne Turner 1,170; 43. Reggie Hanson 1,167; 44. Derrick Miller 1,156; 45. Vernon Hatton 1,153; 46. Wallace Jones 1,151; 47. Randolph Morris 1,123; 48. Jeff Sheppard 1,091; 49. Bill Ray Lickert 1,076; 50. Rex Chapman 1,073.

51. Dirk Minniefield 1,069 52. Jamaal Magloire 1,064; 52. Terrence Jones 1,064; 54. Erik Daniels 1,053; 55. Jim Line 1,041; 56. Bob Burrow 1,023; 57. Doron Lamb 1,018; 58. Ron Mercer 1,013; 59. Jimmy Dan Conner 1,009; 60. Bobby Watson 1,001; 60.

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