Twenty-five-year-old Wilt Chamberlain holds up a sign with the number "100" on it, which is how many points the Philadelphia Warriors center just scored in a record-shattering victory over the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962.
Wilt Chamberlain was one of the most dominating centers in basketball history. Taller and stronger than most of his opponents, Chamberlain was an unstoppable force who made floating in fade-away jumpshots and ripping down rebounds his career. He filled countless pages of basketball record books with his impressive achievements. Here is a look at some of his most noteworthy:
Height: 7-1, Weight: 275 lbs.
Played 14 NBA seasons from 1959-1973.
Second all-time in career points (behind Kareem Abdul-Jabbar) with 31,419.