CL Edition: Third Best Scorer of All-Time

Who is the third best scorer of all-time?

Poll ended at Tue Nov 13, 2012 3:14 pm

Karl Malone
2
16%
Michael Jordan
7
58%
Wilt Chamberlain
2
16%
Shaquille O'Neal
0
No votes
Moses Malone
0
No votes
Elvin Hayes
0
No votes
Hakeem Olajuwon
0
No votes
Oscar Robertson
0
No votes
Dominique Wilkins
0
No votes
John Havlicek
1
8%
 
Total votes : 12

CL Edition: Third Best Scorer of All-Time

Postby thkthebest on Mon Nov 12, 2012 3:14 pm

Kareem was deemed the second best scorer of all-time by CL. We are now voting for the third best scorer of all-time.

Top 5:

1. Kobe Bryant
2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
3. Vote now
4.
5.

My vote: Michael Jordan

If you want someone on the list, nominate him and the winner of the nominees will be in the next poll.
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Re: CL Edition: Third Best Scorer of All-Time

Postby gcclaker on Mon Nov 12, 2012 7:15 pm

Wilt Chamberlain... They widened the key to stop him even if it was against considered inferior competition compared to today.
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Re: CL Edition: Third Best Scorer of All-Time

Postby Rooscooter on Mon Nov 12, 2012 7:18 pm

gcclaker wrote:Wilt Chamberlain... They widened the key to stop him even if it was against considered inferior competition compared to today.


Actually Wilt played against two of the top defensive centers of all time.... today's game has 1 in Howard who's still early in his career..... so by that measure and because he played those guys a lot more because of the small league I'd say his competition was pretty good actually......

I'll stick to my principles and go with Malone... he did it a long time at a very high level and is second in points.
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Re: CL Edition: Third Best Scorer of All-Time

Postby gcclaker on Mon Nov 12, 2012 7:29 pm

Rooscooter wrote:
gcclaker wrote:Wilt Chamberlain... They widened the key to stop him even if it was against considered inferior competition compared to today.


Actually Wilt played against two of the top defensive centers of all time.... today's game has 1 in Howard who's still early in his career..... so by that measure and because he played those guys a lot more because of the small league I'd say his competition was pretty good actually......

I'll stick to my principles and go with Malone... he did it a long time at a very high level and is second in points.

Russell and Thurmond...agreed. I was talking League wide back then sans those individuals. Malone was great but he never had defenses as a whole geared to stop him.
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Re: CL Edition: Third Best Scorer of All-Time

Postby Rooscooter on Mon Nov 12, 2012 8:13 pm

gcclaker wrote:
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gcclaker wrote:Wilt Chamberlain... They widened the key to stop him even if it was against considered inferior competition compared to today.


Actually Wilt played against two of the top defensive centers of all time.... today's game has 1 in Howard who's still early in his career..... so by that measure and because he played those guys a lot more because of the small league I'd say his competition was pretty good actually......

I'll stick to my principles and go with Malone... he did it a long time at a very high level and is second in points.

Russell and Thurmond...agreed. I was talking League wide back then sans those individuals. Malone was great but he never had defenses as a whole geared to stop him.


I don't disagree one bit, however Malone was at the top of his position for almost 16 of his 18 years.... MVP at 36 years old.... Wilt was retiring at that age. I've staked my claim to the most points = best scorer... can't change now..... :man10:
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