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We aren't finished with Wilt the Stilt quite yet.
The Chairman of the Boards didn't stick around with the Syracuse Nationals/Philadelphia 76ers for long either.
In his three seasons with the team, Chamberlain won an NBA title, was a three-time MVP and continued to completely dominate his competition on both ends of the court. However, he could never get along with the men in charge.
More specifically, Alex Hannum and Wilt just couldn't ever get along. Even after the coach left, Chamberlain was still too fed up with the organization to remain and was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers for Jerry Chambers, Archie Clark and Darrall Imhoff.
In Wilt's autobiography Wilt, the big man wrote, "But, as Irv Kosloff has since admitted, my departure was the beginning of the end for the 76er franchise..."