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Posted: Thursday October 21, 1999 03:48 AM

1 -- Assist title, won in 1967-68 with 702 assists. His 8.6 assists per game was nearly double his career average, and his 24.3 scoring average was only six points below his career average. Wilt
Wilt Chamberlain's dominance was more than one 100-point game.
1 -- Rookie of the Year Award (1959-60).
1 -- Finals MVP Award, won for his efforts in the 1972 victory over the Knicks.
2 -- NBA championships. The first came in 1967 with Philadelphia and ended Boston's run of eight titles. The second came in 1972 with L.A.
2 -- Appearances on the All-Defensive 1st Team.
4 -- MVP Awards (1959-60, 1965-66, 1966-67 and 1967-68.
7 -- Appearances on the All-Defensive 2nd Team.
7 -- Scoring titles, all in a row from 1959-60 to 1965-66.
8 -- Seasons in which he led the league in minutes played.
11 -- Rebounding titles.
22.9 --The highest rebounding average in NBA history.
28 -- Free throws in one game, an NBA record set during his 100-point game against New York on March 2, 1962 and tied by Utah's Adrian Dantley on Jan. 4, 1984 against Houston.
35 -- Field goals without a miss from Feb. 17 to Feb. 28, 1967.
55 -- Rebounds against Bill Russell and Boston on Nov. 24, 1960, an NBA single-game record.
79 -- Complete games played in 1961-62, including 47 straight.
100 -- Points against New York on March 2, 1962. 'Nuff said.
118 -- 50-point games.
271 -- Most 40-point games.
2,149 -- Rebounds in 1960-61, an NBA season record. Wilt also sits at Nos. 2-7 before Bill Russell makes an appearance.
4,029 -- Points in 1961-62, an NBA single-season record. Wilt occupies four of the top five spots on this list.
11,862 -- Free throws attempted over his career, an NBA record.
23,924 -- Rebounds collected in his career, an NBA record.
31,419 --Points scored in his career, a record that stood until Kareem Abdul-Jabbar beat him by nearly 7,000.

 

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