McFarlane - NBA Legends - Wilt Chamberlain
The New York Knickerbockers made history on March 2, 1962. New York's finest took the court in Hershey, PA, and gave up 100 points -- not to another team, but to another PLAYER. Wilt Chamberlain owns stacks of NBA records, but none as significant as the one he set that night in Hershey, dropping 100 points on the deliriously overmatched Knicks. Wilt won four MVP awards and led the Sixers and Lakers to NBA titles. Chamberlain was a defensive standout as well, but he'll always be remembered for scoring points -- he led the league in scoring average for seven straight years and scored 50 or more points 118 times in his career. The man who once said "No one cheers for Goliath," is remembered as one of the greatest players of all time.