Magic Johnson. Kobe Bryant. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. Wilt Chamberlain. Elgin Baylor. George Mikan. Shaquille O'Neal. The list of legends who have played for the Los Angeles Lakers just goes on and on...and on and on. But that doesn't stop...Show More Summary
Has Barack Obama lost Bill Maher? On HBO’s Real Time Friday, the Obama campaign donor’s opening monologue skewered the disastrous rollout of the President’s signature legislative accomplishment including a joke about Wilt Chamberla....
The NBA MVP award has been given to the league's most valuable player since the season 1955-56. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar leads the MVP count with six. Michael Jordan and Wilt Chamberlain each earned this honor five times throughout theirShow More Summary
Fact: When Wilt Chamberlain became the first NBA player to earn $100,000 in salary in 1965, his longtime rival Bill Russell demanded that his own salary be raised to $100,001. His salary was immediately raised. Bleacher Report will be...Show More Summary
A herd of automotive journalists get led off into a dark room filled with oversized furniture and cheap snacks. It is where the ritual slaughter of truth takes place. A screen bigger than Wilt Chamberlain’s …. flashes in front of them as discordant music pulses and the beautiful people beam out their irrational exuberance of […]
We've heard of long-arm jurisdiction, but this case puts both Wilt Chamberlain's wingspan and Stretch Armstrong to shame. Gina Fiore and Keith Gipson are professional gamblers. On their way back from rounding in Puerto Rico, they were questioned about the large amount of cash on their persons by a DEA agent.......
NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain was an astonishingly large man, standing more than 7 feet tall, and weighing in at over 270 pounds. But he was also an even more astonishingly large fourth-grader We know this for certain thanks to the always-interesting...Show More Summary
Wilt Chamberlain would've turned 77 today. Here he is in fourth grade. Can you spot him? pic.twitter.com/ZybwJFUF9I — Andy Gray (@si_vault) August 21, 2013 Read more...
People grow old, but Wilt Chamberlain's basketball prowess is timeless. Almost 14 years have come and gone since one of the greatest players in NBA history passed away. Were Chamberlain alive today, he would have just turned 77. AndShow More Summary
NBA legend Wilt Chamberlain would have turned 77 years old today. He holds 71 NBA records, 62 of them by himself, including most points in a game (100), most rebounds in a game (55) and most minutes per game in a season (48.53, thanks...Show More Summary
Fact: Wilt Chamberlain holds 71 NBA records, 62 of them by himself, including most points in a game, most rebounds in a game and most career minutes per game. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: Wikipedia Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
by Alex Balk As we are so often reminded, mileage is variable, and that will certainly be the case for yours on the subjects of sports, Wilt Chamberlain and the Jewish summer resorts of the '50s. But if any of those are of interest to you, I highly recommend that you head here and watch this documentarette. Show More Summary
Our latest film, from Caroline Laskow and Ian Rosenberg, tells the story of the most important summer job in basketball history.
The Golden State Warriors franchise has a rich history with three NBA championships, and some of the best frontcourt players in Warriors history played a major part. Names like Wilt Chamberlain and Rick Barry each won titles in different...Show More Summary
A new vid shows the two legends going head to head.
No, seriously, it really is. Credit to basketball super-fan Nate Jones for helping spread this footage via Twitter yesterday. Based solely off the battles the two had during their younger [...]
Because Emmitt Smith's rushing record isn't as old as Joe DiMaggio's 56-game hitting streak, Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game or Cy Young's 511 wins, it doesn't get on many "unbreakable record" lists. It should be. Of all the records...Show More Summary
Newly released video of the late Wilt "The Stilt" Chamberlain shows just how amazing the legendary basketball player was, even before he made it to the NBA.
Grainy footage of a young Wilt Chamberlain has surfaced and it shows the true domination of the NBA great. The old black and white footage comes to us by way of Chamberlain and the Jayhawks March Madness run in 1957. In his last five games as a Jayhawk Wilt Chamberlain earned the college tournaments MVP... Show More Summary
This video comes to us from the same good soul who gave us old footage of Bill Russell jumping over a guy. This particular highlight reel features Wilt Chamberlain's performance during the last five games of his 1957 season with the Kansas Jayhawks. It is 20 minutes of Wilt destroying his hapless opponents. Read more...