As we have mentioned before, the NBA has seen dozens of great scorers pass through its courts, each one of them leaving their distinctive mark when shooting the ball.
From Kareem Abdul-Jabbarpassing by Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryantuntil reaching LeBron JamesKevin Durant and Stephen Curry, the NBA is considered the best basketball league in the world for the talent it has in each of its 30 franchises.
However, there is a man who dominated in a way that has never been seen or will be seen again, it is Wilt Chamberlain, who is par excellence, the record man of the competition.
One of his greatest records is to score the most points in a single season, doing so when the 1961/1962 campaign was played.
In that course, Wilt Chamberlain scored 4,029 points, playing 80 regular season games for the then Philadelphia Warriors, this being the most in history that a player has registered, and by far.
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As if that were not enough, Chamberlain, 2.16 meters and 124 kilograms, had averages of 50.4 points that year, which is also the best average in history, with an average of 25.7 rebounds, not counting blocks, because at that time there was no He had a count of them, but without detracting from merit as one of the best, if not the best individual season in history.