Featured: Wilt Chamberlain - SportsCentury

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Wilt Chamberlain was always bigger than life, a mythical giant. At 7-foot-1 he was the most dominating offensive big man in basketball history. Although his accomplishments were often credited to his size, he was a marvelous athlete who possessed strength, stamina and speed. He could score on dunks, finger rolls and fallaway jumpers. You think it's a feat to score 50 points in an NBA game? Chamberlain averaged 50.4 points one season. He scored 100 points in one game. He scored at least 65 points 15 times; everybody else in NBA history combined has managed this feat just five times. Chamerlain, who ran marathon races and seemed to be the epitome of fitness, died at 63 on Oct. 12, 1999 because of heart failure.
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