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Wilt Chamberlin was a 7'1 CENTER. He was nicknamed Wilt "Stilt" Chamberlin. He was perhaps the greatest scorer in the history of basketball. He once scored 100 points in one game; but scoring was not the only thing he did. On November 24,1960, Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors, pulled down an NBA record 55 rebounds, against the Boston Celtics at Convention Hall in Philadelphia. In that game he scored 34 points, and dished out 4 assists, despite his numbers the Warriors still lost

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