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Chamberlain's dominance is unimagiable in today's game.
"The Big Dipper" remains the NBA's most mythical figure. Standing 7'1", Chamberlain is one of the NBA's most athletic players ever, even by today's standards. Wilt's resume is truly unbelieveable: career averages of 30.1 points and 22.9 rebounds, two NBA championships, a Finals MVP in 1972, 13 All-Star appearences, seven scoring titles, 11 rebounding titles and 10 All-NBA selections.
Looking deeper into his gaudy statistics, you see how truly dominant Wilt was. We all know about the year where he averaged over 50 points and 25 rebounds, but add to that 17 free-throw attempts per game! The block shot was not a recorded stat when Wilt was patrolling the lane. Who knows how many he would have recorded?
In the '67-'68 season, he avgeraged 24.3 points, 23.8 rebounds and 8.6 assists per game, ranking him sencond on average for the season. Finally, there is the 100-point game, which will probably never be duplicated. A giant in every way, "the Stilt" only ranks second because, dispite the mind-blowing stat line, he was able to grab only two titles.