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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