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Posted January 28, 2008
The growth of a legend and of the NBA
The book makes a case for Wilt Chamberlain being the greatest of all NBA players, not just for his 100 point game, but for the athletic ability, consistency, and his penchant for generating interest in professional basketball. It's true, the stars of today owe Wilt. The story surrounds his life and the 100 point game 46 years ago that nobody has com even close to. An entertaining book , but too much detail as to who threw what kind of pass to set up Chamberlain's baskets
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