Fact: Russell Westbrook (41 points) finished just one point shy of Wilt Chamberlain's All-Star Game record. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard Fact of the day, presented by Coors Light. Source: ESPN Stats & Info Read more NBA news on BleacherReport.com
Oklahoma City Thunder guard Russell Westbrook accomplished a rare feat in Friday's 116-113 loss to the New Orleans Pelicans, becoming the first player since Wilt Chamberlain in 1967 to record 45-plus points in consecutive games against...Show More Summary
Fact: Russell Westbrook joins Wilt Chamberlain and Elgin Baylor as the only players in NBA history with 45 points in consecutive games against the same opponent. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging...Show More Summary
Norm Drucker, the only NBA referee to toss Wilt Chamberlain from a game, died Friday. He was 94.
Last Friday, January 23, against the Sacramento Kings, Golden State Warriors shooting guard Klay Thompson set an NBA record by scoring 37 points in one quarter. Think about that for a minute. Wilt Chamberlain‘s “unbreakable” record of 100 points in one game works out to just 25 points per quarter. Score 37 points every quarter […]
It may be hard to believe, but Clippers center DeAndre Jordan and the incomparable Wilt Chamberlain are being mentioned in the same breath.
Most NBA records are just waiting to be shattered. By Anthony Davis. The impressive ones, anyway. More seriously, most records are built to fall. Wilt Chamberlain's 100-point game isn't one of them, but other exceptions are rare. History is made one year then broken another. Show More Summary
The Philadelphia 76ers held a ceremony to dedicate a stamp depicting Hall of Famer Wilt Chamberlain during halftime of Friday's game against the Oklahoma City Thunder.
What better way to honor the larger than life Walt Chamberlain than with a larger than life stamp? Cramming Wilt Chamberlain into a stamp proved to be a tall order but a worthy tribute. Photos: http://t.co/lYIwA0Uvnv pic.twitter.com/gBshLQchWe...Show More Summary
Beck says LAPD killing of Brian Newt Beaird was wrong. Reviving civilian oversight of the sheriff. Media and politics notes. Plus a Wilt Chamberlain stamp, an exhibit of Steven Soboroff's typewriters, and much more.
Harvey Pollack is the last original NBA employee, the man who scribbled "100" on a piece of paper for Wilt Chamberlain to hold in the classic 1962 snapshot of his record scoring game.
When Wiz Khalifa rebounds, you might as well call him Wilt Chamberlain... and the proof is in the extremely young and hot pudding.Wiz strolled out of Lure nightclub with a half naked chick on his arm Friday night -- but wasn't in the talking mood…
Wilt Chamberlain has been cut down to size. Wilt The Stilt is now Wilt The Stamp. Wilt Chamberlain has been cut down to size. Wilt The Stilt is now Wilt The Stamp. The Hall of Famer and the only NBA player to score 100 points in a game is set to appear on a commemorative U.S postage stamp. Chamberlain died in 1999 at age 63.
"Wilt the Stilt?" More like Wilt the Stamp! Get it? At @YahooBDL: Wilt Chamberlain becomes first NBA player ever to appear on U.S. postage stamp. http://t.co/oWhV9CcRWI pic.twitter.com/jP2jEpA08P — Dan Devine (@YourManDevine) October 2, 2014 Extremely cool. Show More Summary
OnDecember5th,theNBAandtheU.S.PostalServicewillreleasethisstampofHallofFamerWiltChamberlain,arguablythegreatestbigmanofall-time.U.S.PostalServicereleasescommemorativeWiltChamberlainstamps.pic.twitter.com/cumfreODZO —NBAonESPN(@ESPNNShow More Summary
The greatest offensive force in NBA history is getting his own stamp. The Wilt Chamberlain Forever postage stamps will be unveiled during a Dec. 5 halftime ceremony of a game […] The post Wilt Chamberlain to Appear on a Postage Stamp appeared first on SLAMonline.
Wilt Chamberlain has been cut down to size. Wilt The Stilt is now Wilt The Stamp.
New Barcelona boss Luis Enrique is up to speed with his basketball history. The Cristiano Ronaldo-Lionel Messi comparisons and debates are endless, so naturally, their comparisons have now hit hardwood legends. Elche boss Fran Escriba...Show More Summary
The heat certainly didn't bother Tim Duncan during Game 1 of the 2014 NBA Finals. Then again, neither did the Miami Heat. While sweating profusely as the air conditioning in the AT&T Center failed to work, the future Hall of Famer recorded 21 points, 10 rebounds and three assists while shooting 9-of-10 from the field. Show More Summary