Candace Parker ranks in the top five in points, rebounds, assists, blocks and steals in WNBA playoff history. (Michael Reaves/Getty Images)

Just Women’s Sports presents the top 10 players in WNBA playoff history in rebounds, assists, blocks and steals.

Candace Parker could make her case as the league’s greatest postseason player based on these leaderboards. She sits in the top five in all four of these categories – and in career playoff points. The 36-year-old has appeared in all 11 postseasons since 2012 and in 13 of 15 since her rookie season in 2008.

During the Chicago Sky’s 2022 postseason run, Parker became the all-time rebounds leader in WNBA playoff history with 610. She surpassed Tamika Catchings for the top spot.

Catchings, who starred for the Indiana Fever from 2002-2016, also appears in every category. While she doesn’t rank in the top five in all of them, she does have the most steals in WNBA playoff history with 152.