1. Utah Jazz: Karl Malone, 230.3 Win Shares
Karl Malone is fourth in NBA history in all-time Win Shares at 234.6 (4.3 Win Shares in his final, forgettable season as a Laker) and John Stockton is sixth all-time at 207.7. The Stockton-Malone pick-and-roll flourished for 18 years together. (Did you know that John Stockton played all 82 games in a season an insane 16 times?! Malone only pulled it off in 10 seasons.)
The Jazz are definitely the only franchise in the NBA to have two players over 200 total Win Shares considering there are currently only eight players in NBA history to achieve that number. (Chris Paul is knocking on the door at 198.9 and will join as the ninth sometime this season.)
And finally: Who is third for the Jazz in all-time Win Shares? That would be Rudy Gobert.