Thursday, November 3, 2011

Unheard of Wilt Chamberlain, the man of the 100 points

Born August 21, 1936 in Philadelphia, Wilt Chamberlain did not stop to break records and establish all kinds of statistical milestones: 4,000 points in a season, the famous 100 points in one game, 55 rebounds in a game, 18 shots from the field Annotated consecutively without fault or the incredible statistic that accumulated in the 61-62 averaging 50.4 points with Philadelphia, 25.7 rebounds and 48.5 minutes per game.

That's just the tip of the iceberg of an authentic record of wrecks that have now come to light some new images for a 12-minute interview for television that reflects the USAToday.

On 3 November will be a day to remember by Wilt Chamberlain (who admitted having sex with more than 20,000 women ) the only player in NBA history has repeatedly exceeded 70 points. He did it 6 times (100 in 1962, 78 in 1961, 73 twice in 1962, 72 in 1962 and 70 in 1963) and in 1962 against the Lakers scored 72 but could not prevent defeat.

Interestingly, the November 3 is a front that he choked to 'The Stilt' and in 1960 scored 44 points in the Warriors' victory against Detroit, but entered the history books by missing 10 free throws he threw.


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