Discussion in 'The Coliseum' started by FabTrey, May 23, 2020.
Original Super human
but he'd struggle in this day
3pt sky hook
Easily Top 5 in any GOAT list
Without a doubt no player beating him one vs one
One of a kind
Would dominate in any era
New nikkas told me Wilt wouldn’t dominate in this era
Somehow cats gonna claim this tells you more than the fact he shot under 46% from the line in six different seasons including 38% in 1968.
Low-key Wilt was a terribly inefficient shooter away from the basket. In his high-scoring days he hovered around 50% from the field despite having 4-5" extra height and a ton more athleticism than his average defender. With all the dunks and gimmes that he made automatically, think about how many short-range shots he had to have missed for his shooting % to end up so low.
But y'all don't want to hear facts....
He makes that shot look too easy
bUt hE pLayED aGaInSt 5'two WhItE GuYs
He’d have 4-5 inches extra height and more athleticism than almost any player in the league if he played today. Thats the point.
He took 28 attempts a game and had 50% fgp while averaging well over 30 ppg
That’s enough facts for me
Wilt Chamberlain is a true GOAT contender.
IMO the true GOAT debate is between Jordan, Kobe, Wilt, and Hakeem.
Wilt had a fadeaway you dumbass. Watch the tape:
This is why you stat nerds disgust me. You make absolute claims without context. Wilt wasn't just dunking on people. He was a skilled big who dominated with his incredible touch around the basket as well as his unstoppable fadeaway jump shot.
Wilt is top 3 all-time and would be the best player in the today's NBA by a wide margin.