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If you scroll through NBA Twitter on any given night, the phrase "not since Wilt Chamberlain" is bound to come up when a current player puts up some ridiculous stat line.

Give it a try. Follow this link for a Twitter search of Since Wilt and check out the pages upon pages of stats from NBA players approaching the heights of Wilt Chamberlain at least momentarily.

Keep in mind, these achievements are the first time these numbers have been reached since Wilt did it; they are not topping Wilts numbers, rather they are only topping everyone else since Wilt.

Here are just a few from the first four weeks of this season:

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Just like following the strategy of always choosing "C" when youre stumped on multiple choice questions on the SAT exam, when it comes to NBA Stats trivia, when in doubt choose Wilt Chamberlain. Youll most likely be correct.

NBA RECORDS HELD BY WILT CHAMBERLAIN

MINUTES
Most seasons leading league: 8
Most consecutive seasons leading league: 5
Highest average per game, career: 45.8
Highest average per game, season: 48.5

COMPLETE GAMES
Most, season: 79
Most consecutive, season: 45

SCORING
Most consecutive seasons leading league: 7 (tied with Michael Jordan)
Most points, season: 4,029
Highest average, season: 50.4
Most points, rookie, season: 2,707
Highest average, rookie, season: 37.6
Most points, game: 100
Most points, rookie, game: 58
Most games, 50 or more points, career: 118
Most games, 50 or more points, season: 45
Most consecutive games, 50 or more points: 7
Most games, 40 or more points, career: 271
Most games, 40 or more points, season: 63
Most consecutive games, 40 or more points: 14
Most consecutive games, 30 or more points: 65
Most consecutive games, 20 or more points: 126
Most points, one half: 59

FIELD-GOAL PERCENTAGE
Most consecutive seasons leading league: 5 (Tied with Shaquille ONeal and DeAndre Jordan)
Highest, season (qualifiers): .727
Highest, game (min. 15 FG): 1.000 (Three times: 15/15, 16/16, 18/18)
Most field goals, no misses, game: 18

FIELD GOALS
Most consecutive seasons leading league: 7 (Tied with Michael Jordan)
Most, season: 1,597
Most consecutive, no misses, season: 35
Most, game: 36
Most, one half: 22

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS
Most consecutive seasons leading league: 7
Most, season: 3,159
Most, game: 63
Most, one half: 37
Most, one quarter: 21

FREE THROWS MADE
Most, game: 28 (Tied with Adrian Dantley)

FREE THROW ATTEMPTS
Most seasons leading league: 9
Most consecutive seasons leading league: 6
Most, season: 1,363

REBOUNDS
Most seasons leading league: 11
Most, career: 23,924
Highest average, career: 22.9
Most, season: 2,149
Most, rookie, season: 1,941
Most seasons, 1,000 or more: 13
Highest average, season: 27.2
Most, game: 55
Most, rookie, game: 45

DISQUALIFICATIONS
Lowest percentage, career: 0.00 (Tied with several others, but played second-most games of any player without a DQ)

TRIPLE-DOUBLES
Most consecutive games with a triple-double: 9

POINTS, PLAYOFFS
Most by rookie, game: 53

MINUTES, PLAYOFFS
Most, 3-game series: 144
Most, 4-game series: 195 (Accomplished twice; tied with Jerry Lucas and Oscar Robertson)
Most, 6-game series: 296

FIELD GOALS, PLAYOFFS
Most, 7-game series: 113
Most made, game: 24 (Tied with Jon Havlicek and Michael Jordan)
Most attempts, game: 48 (Tied with Rick Barry)

FIELD GOAL ATTEMPTS, PLAYOFFS
Most, 3-game series: 104
Highest field goal percentage (minimum, 8): 1.000 (Tied with 16 others)

REBOUNDS, PLAYOFFS
Most, 5-game series: 160
Most, 6-game series: 171
Most, 7-game series: 220
Highest average, per game, series: 32.0
Most, game: 41
Most, half: 26
Most by rookie, game: 35

MINUTES, FINALS
Most, 5-game series: 240

REBOUNDS, FINALS
Most, 6-game series: 171
Most, half: 26

In addition to his near nightly appearances on NBA Twitter, Wilts name is in the news this week as LeBron James is set to pass The Big Dipper on the NBAs all-time scoring list in a matter of days.

LeBron enters Wednesdays game against Portland (10:30 ET, ESPN) needing 39 points to pass Wilt and become the fifth greatest scorer in NBA history. Based on his scoring average - 26.4 per game through his first 13 games as a Los Angeles Laker - LeBron would need two games to pass Wilts 31,419 career points.

But considering the Lakers are at home and this game is on national television, it wouldnt be a surprise to see LeBron surpass his season high of 35 points and take care of business Wednesday at Staples Center.

While LeBron and Wilt are meeting near the top of the class of NBA scorers, their path to over 31,000 career points is quite different.

Games Played

Entering Wednesdays game, LeBron has played in 111 more regular season games than Wilt Chamberlain did in his 14-year NBA career. Both players rank in the top four in career scoring average, with Wilt just .05 points per game behind Michael Jordan for the top spot. LeBron ranks fourth all time, but is nearly three points per game below Wilts mark.

Highest average, points per game, career
1. Michael Jordan: 30.12
2. Wilt Chamberlain: 30.07
3. Elgin Baylor: 27.36
4. LeBron James: 27.15
5. Kevin Durant: 27.13

Average Points Per Season

The chart below illustrates the difference between LeBron and Wilt when it comes to scoring. While Wilt had massive highs that no player has come close to matching his 50.2 points per game in 1961-62 is 13.3 points per game higher than any other player in league history LeBron has been more consistent, with very little variance in his season-to-season production.
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Wilt had seven seasons with a scoring average greater than LeBrons top season (31.4), but six of Wilts final seven seasons saw him average fewer than 25 points per game. LeBron has averaged at least 25 points per game in every year after his rookie season.

Highest average, points per game, season (minimum: 70 games)
50.4: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1961-62 (4,029/80)
44.8: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco, 1962-63 (3,586/80)
38.4: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1960-61 (3,033/79)
37.6: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1959-60 (2,707/72)
37.1: Michael Jordan, Chicago, 1986-87 (3,041/82)

Wilt won seven scoring titles in his career all consecutive from 1960 to 1966, his first seven seasons in the NBA while LeBron has just one scoring title (2008) on his list of accomplishments. Only Michael Jordan (10) has more scoring titles in league history than Wilt.

Total Points Per Season

Both Wilt and LeBron had their peak-scoring season in their third year in the NBA as Wilt became the only player in league history to eclipse 4,000 points (4,029 in 1961-62) in a single season and LeBron scored a career-best 2,478 points in 2005-06.

Wilt owns four of the top five scoring seasons in league history. In addition to being the only member of the 4,000-point club, only he and Jordan have ever broken the 3,000-point mark in a single season. Jordan did it once; Wilt did it three times

Most points, season
4,029: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1961-62
3,586: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco, 1962-63
3,041: Michael Jordan, Chicago, 1986-87
3,033: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1960-61
2,948: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco, 1963-64

Similar to the scoring averages chart above, the total points per season chart below shows the peaks and valleys of Wilts career, while LeBrons run is remarkably consistent. LeBron has just two seasons under 2,000 points (his rookie year and the 66-game NBA season in 2011-12). And with 343 points through 13 games this season, he is well on his way over 2,000 points in year no. 16.
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Highest Scoring Games

If there is one record synonymous with Wilt Chamberlain it is his 100-point game on March 2, 1962, which shattered the mark for most points scored in an NBA game and one that may never be broken.

While Wilt does not own second place for this record like he does for many of his NBA top marks (Kobe Bryants 81-point game holds that spot), Wilt dominates the top single-game scoring performances of all-time.

Most points, game
100: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. New York, at Hershey, Pa., March 2, 1962
81: Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers vs. Toronto, Jan. 22, 2006
78: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. L.A. Lakers, Dec. 8, 1961 (3 OT)
73: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. Chicago, Jan. 13, 1962
73: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco at New York, Nov. 16, 1962
73: David Thompson, Denver at Detroit, April 9, 1978
72: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco at L.A. Lakers, Nov. 3, 1962

There have been 66 total 60-point games during the regular season in NBA history. Wilt and LeBron combine for half of those games; Wilt has 32 and LeBron has 1 (a career-best 61 points on March 2, 2014).

During the 1961-62 season, when Wilt averaged an unfathomable 50.2 points and 25.7 rebounds per game, he scored at least 60 points 14 times in an 80-game season and had at least 50 points 45 times.

Lets try to put those video-game numbers into perspective. Wilt averaged 50/25 for an entire season; meanwhile there have only been 75 total 50/25 games in NBA history. And 68 of them belong to Wilt. The only other players in NBA history to ever achieve in a single game what Wilt averaged for an entire season are Elgin Baylor (four times), Bob Pettit (twice) and Chris Webber (the only entry from 1970 to today).

Five-Tool Players

While they are two of the greatest scorers the game has ever seen, both Wilt and LeBron have proven to be versatile, multi-dimensional players. In addition to his otherworldly scoring, Wilt also dominated the glass on a nightly basis. His 23,924 career rebounds still remains the all-time record 45 years after he grabbed his last board. But the stat that is most often overlooked with Wilt is his assists. While it is difficult to rack up assists when scoring 50 points per game, Wilts game evolved throughout his career as he put less emphasis on scoring and more focus on playmaking in the middle of his run.

After averaging between two and five assists for the first seven years of his career, Wilts assists per game jumped to 7.8 in his eighth season and then to 8.6 the following season as he led the NBA in assists in 1967-68 (702 total assists). By doing so he became the only player in NBA history to ever accumulate a scoring title, a rebounding title and an assist title in their career.

Wilt finished his career with 4,643 assists (74th all-time), while LeBron ranks 11th with 8,300 dimes to his credit. Unlike Wilt, who showed a proclivity for passing later in his career, LeBron was known for his playmaking abilities from the moment he entered the NBA. In fact, LeBron has often said he prefers to be described as a playmaker rather than a scorer. LeBron needs 225 more assists to pass Andre Miller and enter the top 10 all-time in assists, making him the only player to rank in the top 10 in both scoring and assists.

Because of their ability to score, rebound and assist, it makes sense that both Wilt and LeBron rank high on the NBAs all-time list of career triple-doubles. Wilt ranks fifth with 78 triple-doubles (31 of which came in the 1967-68 season, including a record nine in a row from March 8-20, 1968). LeBron ranks sixth with 74 triple-doubles, including a career-best 18 coming just last season.

Most triple-doubles, career
1. Oscar Robertson: 181
2. Magic Johnson: 138
3. Jason Kidd: 107
4. Russell Westbrook: 104
5. Wilt Chamberlain: 78
6. LeBron James: 74

While LeBron will likely pass Wilt on the official triple-double rankings later this season, it must be noted that steals and blocks were not made official NBA statistics until the 1973-74 season (the season after Wilts retirement). With his sheer domination of the inside game, one can only imagine how many triple-doubles with blocks he would have racked up had that statistic been officially tracked.

The same goes for the elusive quadruple-double as there are only four in the NBA record books and none by Wilt since he only had three official stats (points, rebounds, assists) tracked during his career. However, Wilt has an even more exclusive performance than those four quadruple-doubles. On Feb. 2, 1968, Wilt tallied 25 points, 22 rebounds and 21 assists, marking the only triple-double in league history with at least 20 in each of the three categories.

More Connections

As we compare Wilt and LeBron, its worth noting that both players won four league Most Valuable Player awards during their careers. LeBron won four over a five-year period (2009, 2010, 2012, 2013), while Wilt won his first as a rookie (an accomplishment only matched by Wes Unseld in the NBA and Candace Parker in the WNBA) in 1960 before winning three straight from 1966-68.

LeBron holds the edge in championships with three compared to Wilts two and both won titles with multiple teams. LeBron has been named Finals MVP each time his team won the title, while Wilt has one Finals MVP to his credit.

Both players were also part of historic win streaks, with Wilts 1971-72 Lakers holding the record of 33 consecutive wins. LeBron and the Miami Heat challenged that mark in 2013 when they won 27 straight games for the second-longest streak of all time.

Most consecutive games won, one season
33: L.A. Lakers, Nov. 5, 1971Jan. 7, 1972
27: Miami, Feb. 3March 25, 2013
24: Golden State, Oct. 27Dec. 11, 2015

Both players also broke the mold of the average NBA player. Wilt brought a level of size and athleticism to the NBA in the 1960s that simply had never been seen and could not be contained. LeBron entered the NBA directly out of high school and made a huge impact from day one. He has the skills and speed of a point guard in the body of a power forward and has wrecked havoc on the league for the past 15 years and somehow shows no signs of slowing down.

LeBrons sustained excellence and longevity has him poised to challenge the great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the top spot on the NBAs all-time scoring list in the years to come. But first he will pass Wilt Chamberlain, a man whose legacy remains written in the record books more than four decades after his playing career ended.

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Inge Basta
Yua da ría emvipi

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Qué bueno era Wilt.

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Mas alla de que TODO lo que ha hecho Wilt me parece asombroso, este record me destroza la mente:

Inge wrote:

Highest average per game, season: 48.5


El tipo promedio mas minutos que lo que dura un partido!
Quien dirigia? Thibodeau???

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Inge wrote:

If you scroll through NBA Twitter on any given night, the phrase "not since Wilt Chamberlain" is bound to come up when a current player puts up some ridiculous stat line.

Give it a try. Follow this link for a Twitter search of Since Wilt and check out the pages upon pages of stats from NBA players approaching the heights of Wilt Chamberlain at least momentarily.

Keep in mind, these achievements are the first time these numbers have been reached since Wilt did it; they are not topping Wilts numbers, rather they are only topping everyone else since Wilt.

Here are just a few from the first four weeks of this season:



Just like following the strategy of always choosing "C" when youre stumped on multiple choice questions on the SAT exam, when it comes to NBA Stats trivia, when in doubt choose Wilt Chamberlain. Youll most likely be correct.

In addition to his near nightly appearances on NBA Twitter, Wilts name is in the news this week as LeBron James is set to pass The Big Dipper on the NBAs all-time scoring list in a matter of days.

LeBron enters Wednesdays game against Portland (10:30 ET, ESPN) needing 39 points to pass Wilt and become the fifth greatest scorer in NBA history. Based on his scoring average - 26.4 per game through his first 13 games as a Los Angeles Laker - LeBron would need two games to pass Wilts 31,419 career points.

But considering the Lakers are at home and this game is on national television, it wouldnt be a surprise to see LeBron surpass his season high of 35 points and take care of business Wednesday at Staples Center.

While LeBron and Wilt are meeting near the top of the class of NBA scorers, their path to over 31,000 career points is quite different.

Games Played

Entering Wednesdays game, LeBron has played in 111 more regular season games than Wilt Chamberlain did in his 14-year NBA career. Both players rank in the top four in career scoring average, with Wilt just .05 points per game behind Michael Jordan for the top spot. LeBron ranks fourth all time, but is nearly three points per game below Wilts mark.

Highest average, points per game, career
1. Michael Jordan: 30.12
2. Wilt Chamberlain: 30.07
3. Elgin Baylor: 27.36
4. LeBron James: 27.15
5. Kevin Durant: 27.13

Average Points Per Season

The chart below illustrates the difference between LeBron and Wilt when it comes to scoring. While Wilt had massive highs that no player has come close to matching his 50.2 points per game in 1961-62 is 13.3 points per game higher than any other player in league history LeBron has been more consistent, with very little variance in his season-to-season production.

Wilt had seven seasons with a scoring average greater than LeBrons top season (31.4), but six of Wilts final seven seasons saw him average fewer than 25 points per game. LeBron has averaged at least 25 points per game in every year after his rookie season.

Highest average, points per game, season (minimum: 70 games)
50.4: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1961-62 (4,029/80)
44.8: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco, 1962-63 (3,586/80)
38.4: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1960-61 (3,033/79)
37.6: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1959-60 (2,707/72)
37.1: Michael Jordan, Chicago, 1986-87 (3,041/82)

Wilt won seven scoring titles in his career all consecutive from 1960 to 1966, his first seven seasons in the NBA while LeBron has just one scoring title (2008) on his list of accomplishments. Only Michael Jordan (10) has more scoring titles in league history than Wilt.

Total Points Per Season

Both Wilt and LeBron had their peak-scoring season in their third year in the NBA as Wilt became the only player in league history to eclipse 4,000 points (4,029 in 1961-62) in a single season and LeBron scored a career-best 2,478 points in 2005-06.

Wilt owns four of the top five scoring seasons in league history. In addition to being the only member of the 4,000-point club, only he and Jordan have ever broken the 3,000-point mark in a single season. Jordan did it once; Wilt did it three times

Most points, season
4,029: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1961-62
3,586: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco, 1962-63
3,041: Michael Jordan, Chicago, 1986-87
3,033: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia, 1960-61
2,948: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco, 1963-64

Similar to the scoring averages chart above, the total points per season chart below shows the peaks and valleys of Wilts career, while LeBrons run is remarkably consistent. LeBron has just two seasons under 2,000 points (his rookie year and the 66-game NBA season in 2011-12). And with 343 points through 13 games this season, he is well on his way over 2,000 points in year no. 16.

Highest Scoring Games

If there is one record synonymous with Wilt Chamberlain it is his 100-point game on March 2, 1962, which shattered the mark for most points scored in an NBA game and one that may never be broken.

While Wilt does not own second place for this record like he does for many of his NBA top marks (Kobe Bryants 81-point game holds that spot), Wilt dominates the top single-game scoring performances of all-time.

Most points, game
100: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. New York, at Hershey, Pa., March 2, 1962
81: Kobe Bryant, L.A. Lakers vs. Toronto, Jan. 22, 2006
78: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. L.A. Lakers, Dec. 8, 1961 (3 OT)
73: Wilt Chamberlain, Philadelphia vs. Chicago, Jan. 13, 1962
73: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco at New York, Nov. 16, 1962
73: David Thompson, Denver at Detroit, April 9, 1978
72: Wilt Chamberlain, San Francisco at L.A. Lakers, Nov. 3, 1962

There have been 66 total 60-point games during the regular season in NBA history. Wilt and LeBron combine for half of those games; Wilt has 32 and LeBron has 1 (a career-best 61 points on March 2, 2014).

During the 1961-62 season, when Wilt averaged an unfathomable 50.2 points and 25.7 rebounds per game, he scored at least 60 points 14 times in an 80-game season and had at least 50 points 45 times.

Lets try to put those video-game numbers into perspective. Wilt averaged 50/25 for an entire season; meanwhile there have only been 75 total 50/25 games in NBA history. And 68 of them belong to Wilt. The only other players in NBA history to ever achieve in a single game what Wilt averaged for an entire season are Elgin Baylor (four times), Bob Pettit (twice) and Chris Webber (the only entry from 1970 to today).

Five-Tool Players

While they are two of the greatest scorers the game has ever seen, both Wilt and LeBron have proven to be versatile, multi-dimensional players. In addition to his otherworldly scoring, Wilt also dominated the glass on a nightly basis. His 23,924 career rebounds still remains the all-time record 45 years after he grabbed his last board. But the stat that is most often overlooked with Wilt is his assists. While it is difficult to rack up assists when scoring 50 points per game, Wilts game evolved throughout his career as he put less emphasis on scoring and more focus on playmaking in the middle of his run.

After averaging between two and five assists for the first seven years of his career, Wilts assists per game jumped to 7.8 in his eighth season and then to 8.6 the following season as he led the NBA in assists in 1967-68 (702 total assists). By doing so he became the only player in NBA history to ever accumulate a scoring title, a rebounding title and an assist title in their career.

Wilt finished his career with 4,643 assists (74th all-time), while LeBron ranks 11th with 8,300 dimes to his credit. Unlike Wilt, who showed a proclivity for passing later in his career, LeBron was known for his playmaking abilities from the moment he entered the NBA. In fact, LeBron has often said he prefers to be described as a playmaker rather than a scorer. LeBron needs 225 more assists to pass Andre Miller and enter the top 10 all-time in assists, making him the only player to rank in the top 10 in both scoring and assists.

Because of their ability to score, rebound and assist, it makes sense that both Wilt and LeBron rank high on the NBAs all-time list of career triple-doubles. Wilt ranks fifth with 78 triple-doubles (31 of which came in the 1967-68 season, including a record nine in a row from March 8-20, 1968). LeBron ranks sixth with 74 triple-doubles, including a career-best 18 coming just last season.

Most triple-doubles, career
1. Oscar Robertson: 181
2. Magic Johnson: 138
3. Jason Kidd: 107
4. Russell Westbrook: 104
5. Wilt Chamberlain: 78
6. LeBron James: 74

While LeBron will likely pass Wilt on the official triple-double rankings later this season, it must be noted that steals and blocks were not made official NBA statistics until the 1973-74 season (the season after Wilts retirement). With his sheer domination of the inside game, one can only imagine how many triple-doubles with blocks he would have racked up had that statistic been officially tracked.

The same goes for the elusive quadruple-double as there are only four in the NBA record books and none by Wilt since he only had three official stats (points, rebounds, assists) tracked during his career. However, Wilt has an even more exclusive performance than those four quadruple-doubles. On Feb. 2, 1968, Wilt tallied 25 points, 22 rebounds and 21 assists, marking the only triple-double in league history with at least 20 in each of the three categories.

More Connections

As we compare Wilt and LeBron, its worth noting that both players won four league Most Valuable Player awards during their careers. LeBron won four over a five-year period (2009, 2010, 2012, 2013), while Wilt won his first as a rookie (an accomplishment only matched by Wes Unseld in the NBA and Candace Parker in the WNBA) in 1960 before winning three straight from 1966-68.

LeBron holds the edge in championships with three compared to Wilts two and both won titles with multiple teams. LeBron has been named Finals MVP each time his team won the title, while Wilt has one Finals MVP to his credit.

Both players were also part of historic win streaks, with Wilts 1971-72 Lakers holding the record of 33 consecutive wins. LeBron and the Miami Heat challenged that mark in 2013 when they won 27 straight games for the second-longest streak of all time.

Most consecutive games won, one season
33: L.A. Lakers, Nov. 5, 1971Jan. 7, 1972
27: Miami, Feb. 3March 25, 2013
24: Golden State, Oct. 27Dec. 11, 2015

Both players also broke the mold of the average NBA player. Wilt brought a level of size and athleticism to the NBA in the 1960s that simply had never been seen and could not be contained. LeBron entered the NBA directly out of high school and made a huge impact from day one. He has the skills and speed of a point guard in the body of a power forward and has wrecked havoc on the league for the past 15 years and somehow shows no signs of slowing down.

LeBrons sustained excellence and longevity has him poised to challenge the great Kareem Abdul-Jabbar for the top spot on the NBAs all-time scoring list in the years to come. But first he will pass Wilt Chamberlain, a man whose legacy remains written in the record books more than four decades after his playing career ended.


A propósito de esto, en el partido de los Warriors de ayer pasaron este video de Wilt y LeBron...

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Shimmy Hendris wrote:

A propósito de esto, en el partido de los Warriors de ayer pasaron este video de Wilt y LeBron...

Me encantan estos videos

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petromaxi wrote:

El tipo promedio mas minutos que lo que dura un partido!
Quien dirigia? Thibodeau???

Esto lo hemos hablado en su momento Maxi.
Bestia TOTAL.

Estaba por planilleartela toda, cuando me dí cuenta de que me había equivocado y agarré la temporada anterior a esa. Que es igualmente descomunal.
En la temporada 60-61, le faltaron en total 13 minutos con 40 segundos para promediar 48.00 mpg (hubo 4 partidos con OT). El último partido de esa temporada jugó """solo""" 37min. Fue una derrota abultada.
De 79 partidos en la temporada, en 68 jugó el partido completo (incluidos los 5 con OT), y jugó 45 partidos seguidos completos entre el  29 de diciembre y el 3 de marzo (2175 minutos en 72 días, a razón de 30.2 minutos por día)

Tengo que ir a fábrica de imprevisto. A la vuelta sigo chileneandola con la planilla.

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Inge wrote:

A la vuelta sigo chileneandola con la planilla.

Volví

Vamos a la

TEMPORADA 61-62 (La GOAT, de 48.5mpg, 50.36ppg, 25.65rpg)

80 partidos en la temporada de Philly. 5 de 1OT, 1 de 2OT, 1 de 3OT

Wilt jugó 79 completos (estre ellos, todos los que tuvieron OT)
Jugó """solamente""" 40min en el partido número 39 de la temporada. Por lo cual le quedó una racha de 38, y otra de 41 partidos completos consecutivos. Ambas rachas son más cortas que la de 45 en la temporada 60-61

En una temporada que para Philly tuvo 3890 minutos (3840 en una temporada sin OT), solamente se perdió 8. Esos 8 minutos serán importantes, como veremos más adelante.

La temporada siguiente (62-63), tampoco fue menor, promediando 47:37 minutos.
De hecho, jugó completos los primeros 22 partidos. Es decir que, la racha entre ambas temporadas es de 63 partidos completos consecutivos.
Esta temporada tuvo 7 partidos con 1OT y 1 con 2OT
En el partido número 47 de la temporada, Wilt jugó solamente 4 Minutos, lo que le ""bajó"" el promedio.

Lo realmente asombroso, (por si eso fuera poco), es que a lo largo de esas tres temporadas, combinadas, promedió 47:58min. Eso es 47 minutos con 58 segundos de promedio a lo largo de 239 partidos.
Le faltaron exactamente 8 minutos para promediar 48mpg.

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Inge wrote:

Lo realmente asombroso, (por si eso fuera poco), es que a lo largo de esas tres temporadas, combinadas, promedió 47:58min. Eso es 47 minutos con 58 segundos de promedio a lo largo de 239 partidos.
Le faltaron exactamente 8 minutos para promediar 48mpg.


Se puso vago...

:crazyfun:

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Y encima tenía tiempo para la lujuria!

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1957. NCAA.
Northwestern University vs Kansas Jayhawks

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Doble tapa a KAJ

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Estadísticas de Wilt no oficiales. Compiladas de videos, artículos y diarios.

Link

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Inge wrote:

Doble tapa a KAJ

Y después dicen que el gancho es inbloqueable.

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Justamente hoy leí una nota en la cual se imputa a Wilt un quintuple doble. Sería no oficial porque en esa época no se contabilizaban tapones ni robos. La hizo Harvey Pollack, el mismo (creo) del famoso cartelito 100.

https://basquetplus.com/articulo/%C2%BFwilt-chamberlain-consigui%C3%B3-un-qu%C3%ADntuple-doble

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