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His Life in a Bush League | Wilt Chamberlain - ultimate rim protector. Measurements of Wilt's height and weight do not reflect how strong and athletic he was; he was perhaps a once-in-a-thousand-years physical specimen. Even the General Secretary of the Soviet Union, Nikita Kruschev, was dying to meet him when the Harlem Globetrotters visited Moscow in 1959. (Wilt had the handles of a Globetrotter back when all there was was basketball aka all they f'ing did was ball). He won rookie of the year and league MVP in the same season, scoring 37.6ppg, more than MJ's career best. He averaged 50pts and 48.5 minutes a game for an entire season. The 4 highest points per game averages over a season belong to Wilt. Kobe had 6 games with 60pts or more; MJ had 5. Wilt had 32. MJ had 39 50pt games and Kobe had 25. Wilt had 45 50 point games in one season. Do you know he had 55rebs in 1 game against Bill Russell? How about a 78pt 45reb game? He averaged 22.5rebs a game for his CAREER. The whole "but they played more possessions back then"...let's see anyone today play basically every second of every game in smoke filled arenas with no air conditioning. Sometimes they even played back to back games...in one night. The talent pool wasn't as deep, but there was less dilution of talent as the league consisted of far fewer players. Wilt got fed up when he was being called out for not being a team player and then led the league in assists. Blocks weren't kept as a stat back then. If your opinion on Wilt as a player is influenced by how he's rated in video games, you are an idiot. If you are someone who thinks he played against bums, I can't wait to see your reaction when kids 40 years from now say MJ, Kobe, and LeBron played against bums. Most of Wilt's playing career was either never filmed or no longer exists on film. That is especially the case for his early years, when he played for Philadelphia (and San Francisco for a season) and was scoring at a rate that will never be matched.