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Wilt Chamberlain

The man scored an all-time NBA record 100 points in a game against the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962. Wilt Chamberlain will forever be remembered for that performance but it’s just one of the many incredible accomplishments he had in his tremendous basketball career. Chamberlain was the most offensively dominant center in the history of the NBA. For his career, he averaged 30.1 points and 22.9 rebounds per game. He won two NBA Championships, was a four-time NBA MVP, 12-time All-State, seven-time scoring champion and 11-time rebounds leader. In the 1961-62 season, he averaged 50.4 points per game. That average has never been approached. In fact, he has the top three single-season scoring averages and five of the top seven in NBA history. In that 1961-62 season, his 4,029 points is still a record and he has four of the five highest-scoring single-seasons in history. He also has records with 55 rebounds in a single game and has the seven highest single-season rebounding totals in a career. Even after his 14-year professional basketball career, Chamberlain played professional volleyball. He was eventually inducted into the Volleyball Hall of Fame as well as the Basketball Hall of Fame, giving him great distinction as one of the few people in history to be inducted into multiple sports Hall of Fames.

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