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Old 12-19-2008, 05:39 PM   #1
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Default Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

Wilt's 100 against the Knicks vs. Kobe's 62 in 3 quarters against the Mavs vs. T-Mac's 13 points in 35 seconds against the Spurs - which was the greatest?

Rank them in order from most impressive to least impressive.
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:41 PM   #2
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

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Wilt's 100 against the Knicks vs. Kobe's 62 in 3 quarters against the Mavs vs. T-Mac's 13 points in 35 seconds against the Spurs - which was the greatest?

Rank them in order from most impressive to least impressive.

Derrick Rose Crossover on Andre was better than ALL then to make it worse the never next night he did it again

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lot94Omqr8k
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:42 PM   #3
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

the most impressive to me is the 13 in 35seconds. i dont think anyone can duplicate that even if they tried their hardest against the softest defense known to man. the 81 and 100 pt games are impressive still but some day it will be broken.
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:43 PM   #4
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1

I dont think I can really rate one above the other. These are all amazing achievements.
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:44 PM   #5
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

100, 62, 13.

100 points will never happen again, 62 in 3 is an amazing achievement but not as amazing as 100 in 4, and 13 in 35 was just 35 seconds of everything going right. Personally I place Reggie's 8 points in 9 seconds better than 13 in 35, cos that game actually meant something (second round of the playoffs), therefore more pressure.
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

81 points in 2006 > 100 points in 1962 > 62 points in 3 quarters & individually outscoring a team > 13 points in 35 seconds

4 threes are a fluke compared to the other 3 accomplishments. To score at a pace of 20+ points a quarter for an entire game at +50% is much harder and enduring than hitting 4 threes.
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

Two of them take skills and one of them is just complete luck. Stop overrating 13 in 35.
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:56 PM   #9
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

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Two of them take skills and one of them is just complete luck. Stop overrating 13 in 35.

I think relegating it to just 'luck' is a bit over the top.
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Old 12-19-2008, 05:58 PM   #10
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

I actually think Kobe could do the 13 in 35...
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

Go with DIPPERS 100 and Kobe's 62 in three quarters. Or even 81 over 13 points in 35 seconds.
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Old 12-19-2008, 06:14 PM   #12
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1

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81 points in 2006 > 100 points in 1962 > 62 points in 3 quarters & individually outscoring a team > 13 points in 35 seconds

4 threes are a fluke compared to the other 3 accomplishments. To score at a pace of 20+ points a quarter for an entire game at +50% is much harder and enduring than hitting 4 threes.

sums it up nicely.
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

I love to say Kobe and Chamberlain but if you watch the video's the way T mac played in those last seconds was unbeatable
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

The one that yielded the most points.
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Old 12-19-2008, 06:43 PM   #15
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

T-mac's 13 points in 35 seconds is a joke compared to the other 2 performances. The most impressive was Kobe's 62 in 3 quarters. If he played the 4th quarter, his total would be greater than 81. Also, this performance came against the defense of the Mavs, not the Raptors.
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