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Wilt Chamberlain 1960-1968 scoring highlights

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Published on Jan 22, 2014

From 1960-1966 Wilt Chamberlain was the most dominant scorer of all time averaging over 40 points per game those first 7 seasons peaking at over 50 points per game. No one in NBA history ever come close to duplicating his scoring output. In '67 and '68 he relinquished scoring titles to facilitate his teammates but was still an unstoppable scorer when he needed to be. These highlights are a rare look at Wilt putting the ball in the basket during all of those aforementioned seasons. Keep in mind due to limited resources (only 1.4% of his FGM exist on film from this time period) this footage is but a small window to his game and does not illustrate all of the ways Wilt could score. It is however, just enough to offer a glimpse of his greatness and his great primary scoring moves. Fade aways, bank shots, turn around jumpers, finger rolls, drop steps, reverse layups, spin moves, tip ins, alley oops. He could score with finesse with the softest touch or jam the ball through the ring with limitless power. Wilt could do it all.

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