The 49th anniversary of Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game just recently passed.
The closest any player has come to that total since was Kobe Bryant, when he scored 81 points in 2006.
While Chamberlain's 100-point performance will be difficult to match, there are a handful of NBA players who have the skill-set to challenge that mark.
Kobe Bryant and the following five players can put up triple digits if everything happens to go right for them on a given night.
In today's game, it's challenging to put up 50 points in a game, let alone 100. The defense has gotten much better since Chamberlain's time, and most teams usually have more than one scoring option on the floor at all times.
While a 100-point game in this era would be incredible, it's probably a long shot. However, it's fun to ponder nonetheless.