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    Drive for Five! ambchang's Avatar
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    Wilt was convinced to pass more and take advantage of the skilled scorers around him. He led the league in assists in a season for a reason.

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    I always wonder why Wilt's career average is 'only' 30. He averaged 50 one year, 44 in another. How is his career average 'only' 30? Maybe his final few Laker years really hurt the average a lot. Would like to know his PPG before he started with the Lakers.
    He had 7 seasons averaging over 30 and 7 seasons averaging under 30. Thus, it balances out perfectly.

    https://www.basketball-reference.com...chambwi01.html

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    Believe. MultiTroll's Avatar
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    If one goes by the eyeball test, some of Wilts losing Champ teams were truly very inferior to the winning teams.
    Not sour grapes.

    Fact would be Wilt drug sub par teams to the Finals.
    For our board it would be like some dumbphuck blaming 2013 on Timmy Dunks.

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    Wilt versus Kareem has to go to Kareem on career 6 les and 6 MVPs and most unstoppable shot but at his peak i believe Wilt was even better especially as they did not count blocks then and his insane rebounding.

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    Drive for Five! ambchang's Avatar
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    Wilt versus Kareem has to go to Kareem on career 6 les and 6 MVPs and most unstoppable shot but at his peak i believe Wilt was even better especially as they did not count blocks then and his insane rebounding.
    Wilt also never missed the playoffs with a HoF teammate.

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    Wilt versus Kareem has to go to Kareem on career 6 les and 6 MVPs and most unstoppable shot but at his peak i believe Wilt was even better especially as they did not count blocks then and his insane rebounding.
    unstoppable shot. Here is the corpse of Wilt blocking it a couple times:


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    Take the fcking keys away baseline bum's Avatar
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    The only thing better about Kareem than Wilt is his politics.

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    But there was no calm, dignified descent from the apex like with Jabbar. Hakeem just crashed and burned.
    Hakeem really was brutal to watch the last couple of years in Houston. Especially 1999 when he and Barkley would take turns holding the ball 15 seconds in the post and then Pippen would get stuck having to jack up some wild three to beat the shot clock. Some of the most unwatchable basketball in league history, genuinely felt sick for Pippen watching him have to play as a spot up shooter.

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    Out with the old... Obstructed_View's Avatar
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    Didn't Hakeem go to Toronto?

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    1. Kareem
    2. Duncan
    3. Wilt
    4. Shaq
    5. Russell
    6. Hakeem
    7. Moses, Ewing, DRob
    10. Jokic

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