Yesterday saw a day in history 49 years ago that became one of the most incredible nights ever witnessed in professional sports—Wilt Chamberlain set a record that will likely never be touched.
On March 2, 1962, Chamberlain became the first and only player in NBA history to score 100 points in a single game when the Philadelphia Warriors defeated the New York Knicks 169-147. In essence, it was a triple-double of sorts, with 100 points and 25 rebounds.
In fact, Chamberlain, who averaged 30.1 points throughout his career, actually holds 14 of the top-20 highest single-scoring games in NBA history.
While this feat is no doubt historic, is it in fact the NBA record that will most likely will never be broken?
There have been some incredible feats that have occurred in the NBA during its 64-year history, both individually and by team. But which record would be considered the most difficult to break?
We will give you a chance to weigh in with your thoughts as we break down the 10 current records in the NBA that are most likely never to be broken.
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