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 6 years ago '06        #61
Isiah61 8 heat pts
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How bigger could the n*gga actually get?
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 6 years ago '05        #63
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 abstractq said:
one 100 point game?

really?

REALLY?

A Record - Most Points Per Game in a season (50.4 in the 1961-62)
* Chamberlain also holds the next two highest with 44.8 in 1962-63 and 38.4 in 1960-61.
* NBA Record - Most Points in a season (4,029 in 1961-62)
* Chamberlain holds the next highest with 3,586 in 1960-61
* NBA Record - Most Points Scored in a Game (100 vs. the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962)
* NBA Record - Most Points Scored in a Half (59 in the 2nd half vs. the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962)
* NBA Record - Most 50 Point Games in a season (45 times in 1961-62)
* Chamberlain holds the next most with 30 in 1962-63. No other player has had more than 10.
* NBA Record - Most 40 Point Games in a season (63 times in 1961-62)
* Chamberlain holds the next most with 52 in 1962-63. Michael Jordan holds third with 37 in 1986-87.
* NBA Record - Most Consecutive Seasons Leading League in Points Per Game (7)
* NBA Record - Most Career Regular Season 60 Point Games (32 times)
* NBA Record - Most Career Regular Season 50 Point Games (118 times)
* NBA Record - Most Career Regular Season 40 Point Games (271 times)[21]
* NBA Record - Most Consecutive 50 Point Games (7 times from December 16, 1961-December 29, 1961)
* NBA Record - Most Consecutive 40 Point Games (14 times from December 8, 1961-December 30, 1961 and also 14 times from January 11, 1962-February 1, 1962)
* NBA Record - Most Consecutive 30 Point Games (65 from November 4, 1961-February 22, 1962)
* NBA Record - Most Consecutive 20 Point Games (126 from October 19, 1961-January 19, 1963)
* NBA Record - Most points per game by a rookie (37.6 in 1959-60)
* NBA Record - Most points by a rookie (2,707 in 1959-60)
* NBA Record - Most points by a rookie in a game (58 on January 25, 1960 and 58 on February 21, 1960)
* NBA Record - Fewest Games Played to Reach 20,000 Points (499 achieved in 1966)
* NBA Record - Fewest Games Played to Reach 25,000 Points (691, achieved on February 23, 1968 against the Detroit Pistons)
* NBA Record - Fewest Games Played to Reach 30,000 Points (941, achieved on February 16, 1972 against the Phoenix Suns).
* NBA Record - Most consecutive seasons leading the league in field goals made (7 from 1959-60 through 1965-66)
* NBA Record - Most Field Goals Made in a season (1,597 in 1961-62)
* NBA Record - Most Field Goals Attempted in a season (3,159 in 1961-62)
* NBA Record - Most Field Goals Made in a Game (36 vs. the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962)
* NBA Record - Most Field Goals Attempted in a Game (63 vs. the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962)
* NBA Record - Most Field Goals Made in a Half (22 in the 2nd half vs. the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962)
* NBA Record - Most Field Goals Attempted in a Half (37 vs. the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962 (2nd half)
* NBA Record - Most Field Goals Attempted in a Quarter (21 in the 4th quarter vs. the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962)
* NBA Record - Most Free Throws Made in a Game (28 vs. the New York Knicks on March 2, 1962)
* NBA Record - Most seasons leading the NBA in free throw attempts (9)
* NBA Record - Most consecutive seasons leading the NBA in free throw attempts (6 from 1959-60 through 1964-65)
* NBA Record - Most Free Throws Attempted in a season (1,363 in 1961-62)
* NBA Record - Most Free Throws Attempted in a Game (34 vs. the St. Louis Hawks on February 22, 1962)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most points by a rookie in a game (53 vs. the Syracuse Nationals on March 14, 1960)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most field goals in a seven game series (113 vs. the St. Louis Hawks in 1964)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most field goals in a game (24 vs. the Syracuse Nationals on March 14, 1960)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most field goal attempts in a game (48 vs. the Syracuse Nationals on March 22, 1962)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most field goal attempts in a half (25 vs. the Syracuse Nationals on March 22, 1962)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most field goal attempts in a three game series (104 vs. the Syracuse Nationals in 1960)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most field goal attempts in a five game series (159 vs. the Syracuse Nationals in 1962)
* NBA All-Star Game Record - Points in a game (42 in 1962)
* NBA All-Star Game Record - Field goals in a game (17 in 1962)
* NBA All-Star Game Record - Field goals in a half (10 in 1962)
* NBA All-Star Game Record - Free throw attempts in a game (16 in 1962)

Other selected scoring facts

* 2nd highest career scoring average (30.06) — [record held by Michael Jordan]
* 2nd most free throws made in a season (835 in 1961-62) — [record held by Jerry West]
* 2nd most points in an NBA All-Star Game half (23 in 1962) — [record held by Glen Rice; 2nd place shared with Tom Chambers]

NBA rebounding records

* NBA Record - Career Total Rebounds (23,924)
* NBA Record - Career Rebounds Per Game (22.9)
* NBA Record - Most seasons leading the league in rebounds (11)
* NBA Record - Most seasons with 1,000 or more rebounds (13)
* NBA Record - Rebounds Per Game in a season (27.2)
* NBA Record - Total Rebounds in a season (2,149 in 1960-1961)
* NBA Record - Rebounds in a game (55, Philadelphia Warriors vs. Boston Celtics, November 24, 1960)
* NBA Record - Most rebounds per game by a rookie in a season (27.0)
* NBA Record - Most rebounds by a rookie in a season (1941)
* NBA Record - Most rebounds by a rookie in a game (45 on February 6, 1960)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most rebounds in a playoff game (41 against the Boston Celtics, on April 5, 1967).
* NBA Playoff Record - Most rebounds in a half (26 against the San Francisco Warriors on April 16, 1967)
* NBA Playoff Record - Highest rebounding average in a playoff series (32.0 in a five game series against the Boston Celtics in 1967).
* NBA Playoff Record - Most rebounds in a 5-game playoff series (160 against the Boston Celtics in 1967).
* NBA Playoff Record - Most rebounds in a 6-game playoff series (171 against the San Francisco Warriors in 1967).
* NBA Playoff Record - Most rebounds in a 7-game playoff series (220 against the Boston Celtics in 1965).
* NBA Playoff Record - Most rebounds by a rookie in a game (35 against the Boston Celtics on March 22, 1960)
* NBA All-Star Game Record - Most career rebounds in the NBA All-Star game (197).
* NBA All-Star Game Record - Most rebounds in a half (16 in 1960).

Other selected rebound facts

* 2nd most consecutive seasons with 1,000+ rebounds (10) — [record held by Bill Russell]
* 2nd most rebounds in a half (31 vs. the Boston Celtics on November 24, 1960) — [record held by Bill Russell]
* 2nd most rebounds in a quarter (17 vs. the Syracuse Nationals on February 5, 1960) — [record held by Nate Thurmond, 2nd place is shared with three performances by Bill Russell]
* 2nd most rebounds in a 3-game NBA Playoff series (69 vs. the Syracuse Nationals in 1961) — [record held by Bill Russell]
* 2nd most rebounds in a 4-game NBA Playoff series (106 vs. the Cincinnati Royals in 1967) — [record held by Bill Russell]
* 2nd most consecutive games 20+ rebounds in the NBA Finals (12 over a series of games in the 1964, 1967, and 1969 finals) — [record held by Bill Russell]
* 2nd most consecutive games 30+ rebounds in the NBA Finals (2 in 1967 finals, 2 in 1969 finals) — [record held by Bill Russell; 2nd place is also shared by Bill Russell]
* 2nd most rebounds in a 5-game NBA Finals (vs. Boston Celtics in 1967) — [record held by Bill Russell]
* 2nd most rebounds in a 7-game NBA Finals (vs. Boston Celtics in 1969) — [record held by Bill Russell]
* 3rd highest rebounding average in an NBA Finals series (28.5 in 1967) — [first two spots held by Bill Russell]
* Chamberlain is the only player to grab more than 2,000 rebounds in a single season: 2,149 rebounds in the 1960-61 season and 2,052 in 1961-62.

NBA versatility record

* NBA Record - Most consecutive triple-doubles (9) (March 8-20, 1968)

Other selected versatility facts

* Only player in NBA history to record a double-triple-double (20+ points, 20+ rebounds, 20+ a.ssists in a game)
* Only player in NBA history to record a quadruple double-double (meaning two of either 40 points, 40 rebounds, or 40 a.ssists in a single game).
* On November 4, 1959, Chamberlain, in his third game in the NBA, scored 41 points and grabbed a then-rookie record 40 rebounds against the Syracuse Nationals.
* On January 15, 1960, Chamberlain, as a rookie, scored 44 points and grabbed 42 rebounds against the Boston Celtics.
* On January 25, 1960, Chamberlain, as a rookie, scored an NBA rookie record 58 points and grabbed 42 rebounds against the Detroit Pistons.
* On February 6, 1960, Chamberlain, as a rookie, scored 44 points and grabbed an NBA rookie record 45 rebounds against the Detroit Pistons.
* On December 8, 1961, Chamberlain scored a then-record 78 points and collected 43 rebounds against the Los Angeles Lakers.
* After critics called him a one-dimensional (or even selfish) player, Chamberlain defiantly promised to lead the league in total a.ssists the next season, which he did in 1968 at a rate of 8.6 per game.

NBA durability records

* NBA Record - Most seasons leading NBA in minutes played (8)
* NBA Record - Most consecutive seasons leading NBA in minutes played (5, from 1959-60 through 1963-64)
* NBA Record - Most career minutes played per game (45.8)
* NBA Record - Most minutes played in a season (3,882 in 1961-62)
* NBA Record - Most minutes played per game for a season (48.5 in 1961-62)
* NBA Record - Most complete games in a season (79 out of 80 games in 1961-62)
* NBA Record - Most consecutive complete games in a season (47 in 1961-62)
* NBA Playoff Record - Highest average minutes per game in a playoff series (49.33 (296/6) against the New York Knicks in 1968)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most minutes played in a three game series (144 against the Syracuse Nationals in 1961)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most minutes played in a four game series (195 against the Cincinnati Royals in 1965 and 195 against the Atlanta Hawks in 1970)
* NBA Playoff Record - Most minutes played in a six game series (296 against the New York Knicks in 1968)
* NBA Finals Record - Most minutes played in a five game series (240 against the New York Knicks in 1973)
* Chamberlain never fouled out of a regular season or playoff game in his 14 years in the NBA.[1]

NBA accuracy records

* NBA Record - Most consecutive seasons leading NBA in field goal percentage (5, from 1964-65 through 1968-69)
* Tied with Shaquille O'Neal
* NBA Record - Highest Field Goal Percentage in a season (72.7% in 1972-73)
* Chamberlain also holds the second highest percentage with 68.3% in 1966-67
* NBA Record - Most consecutive field goals (35 from February 17, 1967 through February 28, 1967)
* NBA Record - Most field goals in a game without a miss (18-18, Philadelphia 76ers vs. the Baltimore Bullets on February 24, 1967)
* Chamberlain also holds the next two most with 16-16 (March 19, 1967) and 15-15 (January 20, 1967)
* NBA Record - most free-throws missed in a single season (578 in the 1967–68 season)[23]

ACOLADES
* Rookie of the Year (1959-1960 season)
* NBA All-Star Game MVP 1960
* 4x NBA regular season MVP (1959-60, 1965-66, 1966-67, 1967-68 seasons)
* 7x All-NBA First Team (1960, '61, '62, '64, '66, '67, '68)
* 3x All-NBA Second Team ('63, '65, '72)
* 2x NBA champion (1967, '72)
* 1x NBA Finals MVP (1972)
* 2x All-Defensive First Team (1972, '73)
* Inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame (1978)
* One of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History (1996).
* Chamberlain ranked #2 in SLAM Magazine's Top 50 NBA Players of all time in 2009.
* Chamberlain ranked #13 in ESPN list of top athletes of the 20th century



reconsider your argument please. . .


some serious ether going on..
 6 years ago '07        #64
joshdogg26 193 heat pts193
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 CashNy said:
Where was the bandwagon in 96 when I became a fan ?
They couldn't even get past Utah and I still became a fan




Phucking phaggot.



@ that bandwagon sh*t
Can u prove i wasn't a laker fan in 96 ?
u the same dude who said they were becoming a knicks fan when they got melo and then changed ur mind?

by the way u post, for ur sake i hope u weren't even alive in 96.
 6 years ago '04        #65
Ill Fred 
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 CashNy said:

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Shaquille O'Neal's time with the Lakers is far enough in the past that he's not going to call Kobe Bryant names. But Shaq is not sufficiently removed from his storied 19-year NBA career where he can give an honest self-evaluation.
Even if O'Neal and Bryant formally ended*their feud in 2006, Bryant didn't mince words during a Nike promotional stop in Italy when he acknowledged that Shaq's 30-minute workouts still annoyed him, considering that Bryant would put in six to seven hours a day in the gym.
Shaq would have none of it.
"I don’t need to work out," O'Neal said when the New York Times' Joe Brescia asked him about Bryant's comments. "My numbers speak for*itself. My three finals MVP’s speaks for itself."
Yes, they do. O'Neal's*four rings, three finals MVP awards, one regular-season MVP and 28,596 career points speak to how he became one of the league's most dominant centers ever, but strictly by talent alone. Had he entered training camp in shape, taken the game seriously and mimicked Bryant's workouts, it's possible O'Neal could've lived up to Phil Jackson's prediction that he'd become a 10-time league MVP.*
For O'Neal, the need to entertain became more of a focal point simply because his 7-foot-1, 325-pound frame allowed him to skate by. But in measuring O'Neal's legacy, his numbers speak more of underachieving with his tremendous talent.

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did they forget how huge this n*gga is. How could you not dominate with that frame and some talent.... shaq was pretty nice but come on son.... If he would have worked out more he probably would still be playin today.... fat n*gga.
 6 years ago '07        #66
RJ96 8 heat pts
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 vickfan said:
kobe made shaq
 10-20-2011, 12:13 AM         #67
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too bad he wasn't the mvp of the WCF

the real nba finals in those years

 10-20-2011, 01:15 AM         #68
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 10-20-2011, 01:34 AM         #69
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 CashNy said:
don't forget sharp shooter nick Anderson and Dennis Scott and Horace grant

Kobe got shaq those trophies he couldn't do it wit out the goat
So why was Shaq the MVP those three times??? Seniority????

 10-20-2011, 03:58 AM         #70
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Shaq is an underachiever, he could've had 10 championships and everyone would be calling him the GOAT over Jordan and Kobe.
 6 years ago '11        #71
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 YOUNGZERO said:
Shaq is an underachiever, he could've had 10 championships and everyone would be calling him the GOAT over Jordan and Kobe.
:agreement6:

if he would of stayed magic shaq size.

every year he got bigger and slower.
 6 years ago '10        #72
Beach Bum 51 heat pts51
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 sosobased said:
:agreement6:

if he would of stayed magic shaq size.

every year he got bigger and slower.
very true but it wasnt only about the money or rings to him he also wanted to have fun...i cant really blame him for that.
 6 years ago '06        #73
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blah blah blah time for all these monday morning quarterbacking people to start to throw dirt on a hall of famer when he's leaving the league. People need to know their role and stfu, I get tired of people sitting at a computer telling a 7'1 300lb+ man how to handle his body. He could have done some of that extra conditioning but at the end of the day that would've just been more wear and tear on his body and he could've gotten injured that way too.
 10-20-2011, 03:03 PM         #74
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*dead* @ "robin" being able to average

30..7...6..& 2 steals though

where they make "robins" like that at????
 6 years ago '04        #75
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 CashNy said:
don't forget sharp shooter nick Anderson and Dennis Scott and Horace grant

Kobe got shaq those trophies he couldn't do it wit out the goat
Sharp shooter Nick Anderson?!?!?!?!??? That n*gga that n*gga that SUPA DUPA choked at the line?!?!?!
Maaaaan get the hell outta here!!
 6 years ago '11        #76
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pacers final
Shaquille O'Neal: 38ppg 16rpg 2apg 61%FG
Kobe Bryant: 15ppg 4rpg 4apg 36%FG

76ers final
Shaquille O'Neal: 33ppg 15rpg 4apg 57%FG
Kobe Bryant: 24ppg 7rpg 5apg 41%FG

nets finals
Shaquille O'Neal: 36ppg 12rpg 3apg 59%FG
Kobe Bryant: 26ppg 5rpg 5apg 51%FG

pistons finals
Shaquille O'Neal: 26ppg 10rpg 1apg 63%FG
Kobe Bryant: 22ppg 2rpg 4apg 38%FG

kobe sure carried shaq to those finals wins, sure shaq should have been able to do it with penny but that doesn't mean kobe carried him. 3 championships with the lakers 3 finals mvps, got the mvps, got the stats, kobe shooting 41% on average=carrying shaq.
 6 years ago '08        #77
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Being a lifetime Laker fan and being from Cali I will tell you this. Shaq spent too much time in the club! I only seen Kobe out a couple of times but that was when he first got into the league! We had some good runs with those 2! They will never like each other so it is what it is! Question is will D. Howard work his arse off when he gets here or will he turn hollywood???
 6 years ago '06        #78
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 Sivraj said:
Nah n*gga yo outta shaped a.ss needed to

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