Jerry West's legendary NBA career, by the stats

Jerry West, who died on June 12, had a legendary career in the NBA. Wen Roberts/NBAE/Getty Images

Hall of Famer Jerry West passed away at the age of 86 following a legendary NBA career as a player, coach and executive.

Here's a look at West's history in the league by the numbers.

1,679: Career points in NBA Finals (most in NBA history)

1980: Year inducted into the Naismith Basketball Hall of Fame

1969: NBA Finals MVP (only player from a losing team to win Finals MVP)

145: Number of wins as Los Angeles Lakers head coach from 1976-79 (145-101)

40.6: Points-per-game average in the 1965 postseason (second-most in NBA history for a single postseason)

29.1: Career postseason points-per-game average, third in NBA history behind Michael Jordan (33.4) and Kevin Durant (29.3), min. 100 games

18: Seasons as Lakers general manager (1982-2000)

14: Number of NBA seasons, All-Star selections and playoff appearances (all with the Lakers)

5: Seasons as Memphis Grizzlies' general manager (2002-07)

3: Third player in NBA history to reach 25,000 career points (Wilt Chamberlain and Oscar Robertson)

2: No. 2 overall pick of the Lakers in the 1960 NBA draft; Two-time NBA Executive of the Year

1: Number of championships as a player (1972); one of only five players in NBA history to average 25 points, five rebounds and five assists for a career (joining Luka Doncic, LeBron James, Michael Jordan and Oscar Robertson)

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