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Old 12-20-2008, 02:48 AM   #61
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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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I don't think this is accurate thread. Probably nobody here has seen Wilt's 100 point game (unless you are 50+ years old and grew up in Hersey, PA) so there is no way to comment.

Exactamundo.

@Stiff #1 - Was it your intention to argue with everyone that didn't put Kobe's 62 top when you were making this thread?
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Old 12-20-2008, 06:46 AM   #62
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@Stiff #1 - Was it your intention to argue with everyone that didn't put Kobe's 62 top when you were making this thread?

That's exactly what it was. Every post BULLS makes has a hidden motive and that is to discredit any player before the '80's, make wild cross-generation statistical conversions and praise Kobe, all while trying to look like an expert while everyone else is wrong
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Old 12-20-2008, 07:17 AM   #63
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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.
13 pts in 35s relies more on luck compared with the other two.
I strongly believe someone will break it soon,just like before this happened,Miller's 8 pts in 6s(sorry,I am not sure of the exact points and time) was totally unbelievable!Right?So what,at least you didn't mention 8 in 6 at all in this thread.
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Old 12-20-2008, 10:53 AM   #64
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Because he never had a chance to. If put in the same situation as Wilt, he could have dropped over 100 points and broken the rebound record of 55.

But he didn't.
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Old 12-20-2008, 11:19 AM   #65
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It is just as impressive because it proves how great the player was at drawing fouls..

I wonder if you were saying the same thing during the '06 Finals. Something tells me you weren't.

Fact is, fouls are up to the discretion of the refs, and in many cases are not deserved.
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Old 12-20-2008, 11:38 AM   #66
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

With the logic of some people on here, I guess Muhammed Ali was overrated and wouldn't be successful today. Therefore we should discredit his achievements.

Please, even in the 70s when Wilt was getting up there in age he was dominating an evolving NBA. His 100 is a legit achievement completely, and no one can change that. It's the single greatest achievement in NBA history, and it will never be broken. Not only is it more impressive than Kobe's 62 in 3 and 13 and 35, there shouldn't even be a comparison.
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Old 12-20-2008, 12:37 PM   #67
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Doesn't matter, because he could have if he was being defended by a 6'7" role player and if Phil Jackson ever allowed him to (Phil Jackson is an overrated POS, so I doubt he would have let him).

But he didn't.
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Old 12-20-2008, 02:44 PM   #68
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He isn't discrediting it you dumass. He is saying it was more difficult for him to make the more FG's in the Utah game as opposed to the numerous FT's in this one.

You clowns will get a rise anytime doesn't mention Kobe and god in the same sentence.
You must not have seen his other posts.
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Old 12-20-2008, 08:09 PM   #69
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Gervin was hogging the ball at the expense of his own team. Malone didn't play 3 quarters and sit out the 4th.

Where do you get this stuff from? Kobe attempted 31 shots and 25 FT's through 3 quarters, which is on pace for a 42 FGA/33 FTA game (~58 possessions used). Think about that. But Gervin was hogging at the expense of his team?

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The number of minutes played means nothing. What matters here is the number of quarters played. 62 through 3 quarters is at least 86-87 through 4 quarters. That's much more impressive than Malone's 61 and especially Gervin's 63.

That's ridiculous. Minutes on the court are minutes on the court. Cut the sophistry.

And not all of Kobe's 25 FTA in 3 quarters (17 or 18 in the third quarter alone) were deserved, no.
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Old 12-20-2008, 09:27 PM   #70
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

1. Wilt
2. Mcgrady
3. Kobe's
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Old 12-20-2008, 09:54 PM   #71
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Default Re: Chamberlain’s 100 vs. Bryant’s 62 through 3 vs. McGrady’s 13 in 35 – which was #1?

Tmac is one of my favorite players but his 13 in 35 has always seemed very flukish to me.. therefor I dont think it can be compared to the legendary performances of Wilt and Kobe.

100 > 81 by a hair simply because 100 is a monumental number.
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