He played for the University of Kansas and for the Harlem Globetrotters before playing in the NBA. Chamberlain stood 7 ft 1 in 2. Chamberlain holds numerous NBA regular season records in scoring , rebounding , and durability categories. He is the only player to score points in a single NBA game or average more than 40 and 50 points in a season. He won seven scoring, eleven rebounding, nine durability, and nine field goal percentage titles, and led the league in assists once. He is also the only player to average at least 30 points and 20 rebounds per game over the entire course of his NBA career. Although Chamberlain suffered a long string of NBA Finals losses during his career,  he had a successful career, winning two NBA championships , earning four regular-season NBA Most Valuable Player MVP awards, the NBA Rookie of the Year award, one NBA Finals MVP award, and was selected to 13 NBA All-Star Game and ten All-NBA First and Second teams.
Coach Schayes called timeout, and decided to run the last play over Hal Greer rather than Chamberlain because he feared the Celtics would intentionally foul him as he was a poor foul shooter. When Greer attempted to inbound the ball, John Havlicek stole it to preserve the Celtics' lead. In the NBA seasonthe Sixers experienced tragedy when Ike Richmanthe Sixers' co-owner as well as Chamberlain's confidant and lawyer, died of a coronary.
The Sixers would post a regular-season record, and for his strong play, Chamberlain won his second MVP award. Because Schayes did not want to risk angering his best player, he scheduled the daily workout at 4 P. This angered the team, who preferred an early schedule to have the afternoon off, but Schayes just said: "There is no other way. In the NBA playoffsthe Sixers again met the Celtics, and for the first time had home-court advantage.
This caused sports journalist Joe McGinnis to comment: "The Celtics played like champions and the Sixers just played.
However, Chamberlain said he was too tired to attend, and even refused Schayes' plea to at least show up and shoot a few foul shots with the team. In Game 4, Boston won - Outwardly, Schayes defended his star center as "excused from practice", but his teammates knew the truth and were much less forgiving. Prior to the NBA seasonthe friendly yet unassertive Schayes was replaced by a familiar face, the crafty but firm Alex Hannum.
In what Cherry calls a tumultuous locker room meeting, Hannum addressed several key issues he observed during the last season, several of them putting Chamberlain in an unfavorable light.
Sixers forward Chet Walker testified that on several occasions, players had to pull Chamberlain and Hannum apart to prevent a fistfight. Loaded with several other players who could score, such as future Hall-of-Famers Hal Greer and newcomer Billy CunninghamHannum wanted Chamberlain to concentrate more on defense. Nevertheless, he led the league in rebounds The Sixers charged their way to a then-record season, including a record start. and everybody would follow. The Sixers' NBA season was a remarkable season, as recounted by writer Wayne Lynch in Season of the 76ershis book centered on Chamberlain.
The Sixers got the best regular-season record and Chamberlain won his first NBA championship, with Chamberlain himself describing the team as the best in NBA history. In Game 1, the Sixers beat Boston - powered by Hal Greer's 39 points and Chamberlain's unofficial quadruple doublewith 24 points, 32 rebounds, 13 assists, and 12 unofficially counted blocks. The Celtics prevented a sweep by winning Game 4 with a - victory. In Game 5, the Sixers simply overpowered the Celtics - ending Boston's historic run of eight consecutive NBA titles.
Chamberlain scored 29 points, 36 rebounds, and 13 assists, and was highly praised by Celtics Russell and K. In the NBA Finalsthe Sixers were pitted against Chamberlain's old team, the San Francisco Warriors of his one-time backup Nate Thurmond and star forward Rick Barry. The Sixers won the first two games, with Chamberlain and Greer taking credit for defensive dominance and clutch shooting, respectively, but San Francisco won two of the next three games, so Philadelphia was up prior to Game 6.
For the last play, Thurmond and Barry were assigned to do a pick and roll against Chamberlain and whoever would guard Barry. However, the Sixers foiled it because when Barry ran past Thurmond's pick and drove to the basket, he was picked up by Chet Walker, making it impossible to shoot; Thurmond was covered by Chamberlain, which made it impossible to pass.
Barry botched his shot attempt, and the Sixers won the championship. being a champion is like having a big round glow inside of you.
In the NBA seasonmatters continued to turn sour between Chamberlain and the Sixers' sole surviving owner, Irv Kosloff.
This conflict had been going along for a while. On the hardwood, Chamberlain continued his focus on team play and registered Chamberlain also made history by becoming the only center in NBA history to finish the season as the leader in assists, his beating runner-up, Hall-of-Fame point guard Lenny Wilkens ' total by In the Eastern Division Semifinals, they were pitted against the New York Knicks.
In a physically tough matchup, the Sixers lost sixth man Billy Cunningham with a broken hand, and Chamberlain, Greer and Jackson were struggling with inflamed feet, bad knees, and pulled hamstrings, respectively. Going aheadthe Sixers defeated the Knicks in Game 6 after Chamberlain scored 25 points and 27 rebounds; he had a successful series in which he led both teams in pointsreboundsand assists In the Eastern Division Finals, the Sixers yet again met the Boston Celtics, again with home-court advantage, and this time as reigning champions.
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Despite the Sixers' injury woes, coach Hannum was confident to "take the Celtics in less than seven games", and he pointed out the age of the Celtics, who were built around Bill Russell and guard Sam Jones, both With eight of the ten starting players on the Sixers and Celtics being African-American, both teams were in deep shock, and there were calls to cancel the series. After attending the funeral of Martin Luther King Jr. What followed was the first of three consecutive controversial and painful Game 7s in which Chamberlain played.
In that Game 7, the Sixers could not get their act together and 15, stunned Philadelphia fans witnessed a historic defeat, making it the first time in NBA history a team lost a series after leading three games to one. Although Cherry points out that the Sixers shot badly Hal Greer, Wali Jones, Chet Walker, Luke Jackson, and Matt Guokas hit a combined 25 of 74 shotsand Chamberlain grabbed 34 rebounds and shot 4-of-9, Chamberlain himself scored only 14 points.
The loss meant that Chamberlain was now in playoff series against the Celtics. After that season, coach Alex Hannum wanted to be closer to his family on the West Coast; he left the Sixers to coach the Oakland Oaks in the newly founded American Basketball Association ABA.
According to sportswriter Roland Lazenbya journalist close to the Lakers, Chamberlain was angry at Kosloff for breaking the alleged Richman-Chamberlain deal.
On July 9,Chamberlain was the centerpiece of a major trade between the 76ers and the Los Angeles Lakerswhich sent center Darrall Imhoffforward Jerry Chambers and guard Archie Clark to Philadelphia, making it the first time a reigning NBA MVP was traded the next season. Chamberlain joined a squad which featured Hall-of-Fame forward Elgin Baylor and Hall-of-Fame guard Jerry West, along with backup center Mel Countsforwards Keith Erickson and Tom Hawkinsand talented 5'11" guard Johnny Egan.
The lack of a second guard next to West, and the lack of speed and quickness concerned, coach Butch Van Breda Kolff. After losing Clark and Gail Goodrichwho joined the Phoenix Suns after the expansion draft, he said: "Egan gets murdered on defense because of his [lack of] size but if I don't play him, we look like a bunch of trucks.
you never let the other guy one-up you. Pejoratively calling the new recruit "The Load", he later complained that Chamberlain was egotistical, never respected him, too often slacked off in practice and focused too much on his own statistics.
and that is not a good way to get on Wilt's side that relationship was doomed from the start. Chamberlain experienced a problematic and often frustrating season. Van Breda Kolff benched him several times, which never happened in his career before; in mid-season, Chamberlain, a perennial scoring champion, had two games in which he scored only six and then only two points. Chamberlain was criticized as a non-factor in the series, getting neutralized by Russell with little effort.
In Game 6, the Celtics wonand Chamberlain only scored 8 points. Cherry accuses him of choking because if "Chamberlain had come up big and put up a normal 30 point scoring night", the Lakers would have probably won its first championship at Los Angeles.
Game 7 featured a surreal scene because Lakers owner Jack Kent Cooke put up thousands of balloons in the rafters of the Forum in Los Angeles in anticipation of a Lakers win. This display of arrogance motivated the Celtics. The Lakers mounted a comeback, but then Chamberlain twisted his knee after a rebound and had to be replaced by Mel Counts. With three minutes to go, the Lakers trailed - but they committed costly turnovers and lost the game - despite a triple-double from West, who had 42 points, 13 rebounds, and 12 assists, and became the only player in NBA history to be named Finals MVP despite being on the losing team.
At the time of his final substitution, he had scored 18 points hitting seven of his eight shots and grabbed 27 rebounds, significantly better than the 10 points of Mel Counts on 4-of shooting.
In the NBA season under new coach Joe MullaneyChamberlain began the season strongly, averaging Owing to his strong start, he still managed to put up a season-average The Lakers again charged through the NBA Playoffsand in the NBA Finals were pitted against the New York Knicksloaded with future Hall-of-Famers Willis Ree Dave DeBusschereBill Bradleyand Walt Frazier.
Cherry observed that Reed, a prolific midrange shooter, was a bad matchup for Chamberlain. Having lost lateral quickness due to his injury, Chamberlain was often too slow to block Reed's preferred high post jump shots.
In Game 2, Chamberlain scored 19 points, grabbed 24 rebounds, and blocked Reed's shot in the final seconds, leading the Lakers to a - win. By conventional wisdom, Chamberlain now should have dominated against little-used Knicks backup centers Nate Bowman and Bill Hosket or forwards Bradley and DeBusschere, who gave up more than half a foot against him.
In Game 6, Chamberlain scored 45 points, grabbed 27 rebounds, and almost single-handedly equalized the series in a - Lakers win, and with Reed out, the Knicks seemed doomed prior to Game 7 in New York. Chamberlain was criticized for his inability to dominate his injured counterpart but Cherry pointed out that his feat, coming back from a career-threatening injury himself, was too quickly forgotten. In the NBA seasonthe Lakers made a notable move by signing future Hall-of-Fame guard Gail Goodrichwho came back from the Phoenix Suns after playing for the Lakers until Chamberlain averaged After losing Elgin Baylor to an Achilles tendon rupture that effectively ended his career, and especially after losing Jerry West after a knee injury, the handicapped Lakers were seen as underdogs against the Milwaukee Bucks of freshly crowned MVP Lew Alcindorand veteran Hall-of-Fame guard Oscar Robertson in the Western Conference Finals.
Winning the regular season with 66 wins, the Bucks were seen as favourites against the depleted Lakers; still, many pundits were looking forward to the matchup between the year-old Chamberlain and the year-old Alcindor. In Game 2, the Bucks won again despite Chamberlain scoring 26 points, four more than his Milwaukee counterpart. Prior to Game 3, things became even worse for the Lakers when Keith Erickson, West's stand-in, had an appendectomy and was out for the season; with rookie Jim McMillian easing the scoring pressure, Chamberlain scored 24 points and grabbed 24 rebounds in a - victory, but the Bucks defeated the Lakers in Game 4 to take a series lead.
Milwaukee closed out the series at home with a victory in Game 5. After the NBA PlayoffsChamberlain challenged heavyweight boxing legend Muhammad Ali to a fight.
The round bout would have taken place on July 26,in the Houston Astrodome. Chamberlain trained with Cus d'Amato but later backed out, withdrawing the much-publicized challenge,  by way of a contractual escape clause which predicated the Chamberlain-Ali match on Ali beating Joe Frazier in a fight scheduled for earlywhich became Ali's first professional loss, enabling Chamberlain to legally withdraw from the bout.
InChamberlain had consulted his father, who had seen Ali fight, and finally said no. In the NBA seasonthe Lakers hired former Celtics star guard Bill Sharman as head coach. Sharman introduced morning shoot-arounds, in which the perennial latecomer Chamberlain regularly participated in contrast to earlier years with Dolph Schayes and transformed him into a defensive-minded, low-scoring post defender in the mold of his old rival Bill Russell.
After rupturing his Achilles tendon, perennial captain Elgin Baylor retired, leaving a void Chamberlain now filled. Initially, Sharman wanted Chamberlain and West to share this duty, but West declined, stating he was injury-prone and wanted to solely concentrate on the game.
In response, Chamberlain had everybody put all the pens in the middle of the floor and stepped on them. In the post-season, the Lakers swept the Chicago Bullsthen went on to face the Milwaukee Bucks of young superstar center and regular-season MVP Kareem Abdul-Jabbar formerly Lew Alcindor. The matchup between Chamberlain and Abdul-Jabbar was hailed by Life magazine as the greatest matchup in all of sports.
Chamberlain would help lead the Lakers past Abdul-Jabbar and the Bucks in six games. Particularly, Chamberlain was lauded for his performance in Game 6, which the Lakers won - after trailing by 10 points in the fourth quarter; Chamberlain scored 24 points and 22 rebounds, played all 48 minutes, and outsprinted the younger Bucks center on several late Lakers fast breaks.
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In the NBA Finalsthe Lakers again met the New York Knicks, which were shorthanded after losing 6'9" Willis Reed to injury, and so undersized 6'8" Jerry Lucas had the task to defend against the 7'1" Chamberlain. In Game 2, which the Lakers wonChamberlain put Lucas into foul trouble, and the Knicks lost defensive power forward Dave DeBusschere to injury. In a fiercely battled Game 4, Chamberlain was playing with five fouls late in the game. Having never fouled out in his career, a feat that he was very proud of, Chamberlain played aggressive defense despite the risk of fouling out, and blocked two of Lucas' shots in overtime, proving those wrong who said he only played for his own stats; he ended scoring a game-high 27 points.
For Game 5, Chamberlain's hands were packed into thick pads normally destined for defensive linesmen in American football ; he was offered a painkilling shot but refused because he feared he would lose his shooting touch if his hands became numb.
While blocked shots were not an official NBA statistic at that time, announcer Keith Jackson counted the blocks during the broadcast. Chamberlain's outstanding all-around performance helped the Lakers win their first championship in Los Angeles with a decisive - win.
The NBA season was to be Chamberlain's last, although he did not know this at the time. In his last season, the Lakers lost substance, as Happy Hairston was injured, Flynn Robinson and LeRoy Ellis had left, and veteran Jerry West struggled with injury. In addition, he shot an NBA record 0. The Lakers won 60 games in the regular season and reached the NBA Finals against the New York Knicks. This time, the tables were turned, as the Knicks now featured a healthy team with a rejuvenated Willis Reed, and the Lakers were now handicapped by several injuries.
In Game 4, the shorthanded Lakers were no match for New York. In Game 5, the valiant but injured West and Hairston had miserable games, and despite Chamberlain scoring 23 points and grabbing 21 rebounds, the Lakers lost and the series. After the Knicks finished off the close fifth game with a late flourish led by Earl Monroe and Phil Jackson, Chamberlain made a dunk with one second left, which turned out to be the last play of his NBA career.
has a great feel for pro basketball the day-to-day things that are an important part of basketball just bored him. He did not have the patience.
He once skipped a game to sign autographs for the book. After his stint with the Conquistadors, Chamberlain successfully went into business and entertainment, made money in stocks and real estatebought a popular Harlem nightclub, which he renamed Big Wilt's Smalls Paradiseand invested in broodmares.
Being a talented hobby volleyballer during his Lakers days, he became a board member of the newly founded International Volleyball Association inand then its president one year later. Chamberlain promoted the sport so effectively that he was named to the Volleyball Hall of Fameand he became one of the few athletes who were enshrined in different sports.
InChamberlain turned to his interest in movies, forming a film production and distribution company to make his first film, entitled Go For It. Among the members of the team were Florence Griffithbefore she set the current world records in the meters and meters ; three-time world champion Greg Foster ; and future Olympic Gold medalists Andre PhillipsAlice Brownand Jeanette Bolden.
In all, he claimed 60 athletes with aspirations of expanding to While actively promoting the sport inChamberlain claimed he was considering a return to athletic competition but not in basketball; rather, in Masters athletics. At the time, he claimed he had only been beaten in the high jump once, by Olympic champion Charles Dumasand that he had never been beaten in the shot putincluding beating Olympic legend Al Oerter.
Chamberlain played a villainous warrior and counterpart of Arnold Schwarzenegger in the film Conan the Destroyer In Novemberhe signed with Ian Ng Cheng Hin, CEO of Northern Cinema House Entertainment NCH Entertainmentto do his own bio-pic, wanting to tell his life story his way.
Sy Goldberg, Chamberlain's longtime attorney, said: "He was more inquisitive than anybody I ever knew.
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He was writing a screenplay about his life. He was interested in world affairs, sometimes he'd call me up late at night and discuss philosophy.
I think he'll be remembered as a great man. He happened to make a living playing basketball but he was more than that. He could talk on any subject. He was a Goliath. Inside the Insane World of Sports Todayin which he harshly criticized the NBA of the s for being too disrespectful of players of the past. In his mid-forties, he was able to humble rookie Magic Johnson in practice, and he flirted with making a comeback in the NBA even in the s.
In the NBA seasoncoach Larry Brown recalled that the year-old Chamberlain had received an offer from the Cleveland Cavaliers. When Chamberlain was 50, the New Jersey Nets had the same idea but were declined. Chamberlain had a history of heart trouble.
Inhe was briefly hospitalized for an irregular heartbeat. During this time, he lost 50 pounds. On October 12,Chamberlain died in Bel-Air, Californiaat the age of NBA players and officials were saddened at the loss of a player they universally remembered as a symbol of the sport.
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His lifelong on-court rival and personal friend Bill Russell stated "the fierceness of our competition bonded us together for eternity", and Celtics coach Red Auerbach praised Chamberlain as vital for the success of the entire NBA.
Ex-Lakers teammate Jerry West remembered him as an utterly dominant yet friendly and humorous player, and fellow Hall-of-Famers Kareem Abdul-JabbarJohnny KerrPhil Jacksonand Wes Unseld called Chamberlain one of the greatest players in the history of the sport. Chamberlain is regarded as one of the most extraordinary and dominant basketball players in the history of the NBA.
It's pretty exhausting to think about it. Chamberlain's main weakness was his notoriously poor free-throw shooting, where he has the third-lowest career free throw percentage in NBA history with Chamberlain claimed that he intentionally missed free throws so a teammate could get the rebound and score two points instead of one, but later acknowledged that he was "a psycho case" in this matter.
Chamberlain never fouled out of a regular-season or playoff game in his year NBA career. His career average was only two fouls per game despite having averaged He had five seasons where he committed less than two fouls per game, with a career-low of 1.
His fouls per 36 minutes a statistic used to compare players that average vastly different minutes was a remarkable 1. Then he was a rebounder and assist man. Then with our great Laker team inhe concentrated on the defensive end.
In his two championship seasons, Chamberlain led the league in rebounding, while his scoring decreased to 24 and 15 points per game. As his scoring decreased, his assists increased to 4 per game, even recording two back-to-back seasons with 8 assists per game and one assist title.
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Byat age 35 and running less, his game had transformed to averaging only nine shots per game compared to the 40 in his record-setting season. He later faced Unseld, Abdul-Jabbar, Dave Cowensand Elvin Hayes.
From a historical NBA perspective, the rivalry between Chamberlain and his perennial nemesis Bill Russell is cited as the greatest on-court rivalry of all time. The Hall-of-Famers who played with Chamberlain were Paul Arizin and Tom Gola for the Warriors; Hal Greer and Billy Cunningham for the Sixers; and Jerry WestElgin Baylorand Gail Goodrich for the Lakers.
Russell's teams won all four seventh games against Chamberlain's; the combined margin was nine points. The comparison between the two is often simplified to a great player Chamberlain versus a player who makes his team great Russellan individualist against a team player. Inwhen Chamberlain averaged He wished people would understand that their roles were different. Chamberlain said: "I've got to hit forty points or so, or this team is in trouble. I must score-understand?
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After that I play defense and get the ball off the boards. I try to do them all, best I can, but scoring comes first. Russell won 11 NBA titles in his career while Chamberlain won two.
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Russell never considered Chamberlain his rival and disliked the term, instead pointing out that they rarely talked about basketball when they were alone.
When Chamberlain died inChamberlain's nephew stated that Russell was the second person he was ordered to break the news to. Russell apologized privately to him and later publicly.
Chamberlain's impact on the game is also reflected in the fact that he was directly responsible for several rule changes in the NBA, including widening the lane to try to keep big men farther away from the hoop, instituting offensive goaltending, and revising rules governing inbounding the ball and shooting free throws, such as making it against the rules to inbound the ball over the backboard.
Although Chamberlain racked up some of the most impressive statistics in the history of Northern American professional sports because he won only two NBA championships and lost seven out of eight playoff series against the Celtics teams of his on-court nemesis Bill RussellChamberlain was often called selfish and a loser. Sixers coach Alex Hannum once suggested he shoot his famous fadeaway jumper as a free throw, but Chamberlain feared drawing more attention to his one great failing.
Chamberlain damaged his reputation in an April article with Sports Illustrated. In an interview titled "My Life in a Bush League", he criticized his fellow players, coaches, and NBA administrators. Russell regularly feared being embarrassed by Chamberlain,  Walt Frazier called his dominance on the court "comical", and when 6-ft in, pound in his early years Hall-of-Fame center Bob Lanier was asked about the most memorable moment of his career, Lanier answered: "When Wilt Chamberlain lifted me up and moved me like a coffee cup so he could get a favorable position.
Chamberlain was the first big earner of basketball; he immediately became the highest-paid player upon entering the NBA. It had a 2,pound pivot as a front door and contained great displays of luxury. Robert Allen Cherry, journalist and author of the biography Wilt: Larger than Lifedescribes his house as a miniature Playboy Mansionwhere he regularly held parties and lived out his later-notorious sex life. This was also helped by the fact that Chamberlain was a near- insomniac who often simply skipped sleeping.
Although Chamberlain was shy and insecure as a teenager, he became well known for his womanizing when he was an adult. As his lawyer Seymour "Sy" Goldberg put it: "Some people collect stamps, Wilt collected women. he never was bad or rude. According to his contemporary Rod Roddewig, Chamberlain documented his love life using a Day-Timer. Every time Chamberlain went to bed with a different woman, he put a check in his Day-Timer.
Over a day period, there were 23 checks in the book, which would be a rate of 2. Chamberlain divided that number in half, to be conservative and to correct for degrees of variation. He then multiplied that number by the number of days he had been alive at the time minus 15 years. That was how the 20, number came into existence. That's the reason why I was single. Chamberlain's sister refused to provide DNA evidence for testing, so Levi's claim is not conclusive. InCassandra Peterson ; who is primarily known for her alter ego Elvira, Mistress of the Dark; alleged in her memoir Yours Cruelly, Elvira: Memoirs of the Mistress of the Dark that Chamberlain had sexually assaulted her during a party at his Bel Air mansion in the s.
Chamberlain allegedly offered to show Peterson his custom-built closet for his NBA jerseys, before he forced her to give him oral sex. Peterson had stated that she had blamed herself and was almost "convinced that I was a very bad person for letting that happen", until the Me Too movement made her rethink the experience.
Peterson felt that the assault was "creepier" because Chamberlain had been a personal friend. Cherry points out that although Chamberlain was an egotist, he had good relationships with many contemporaries and enjoyed a great deal of respect.
He was especially lauded for his good rapport with his fans, often providing tickets and signing autographs. Jack Ramsay recalled that Chamberlain regularly took walks in downtown Philadelphia and acknowledged honking horns with the air of a man enjoying all the attention.
very nice person", and NBA rival Jack McMahon even said: "The best thing that happened to the NBA is that God made Wilt a nice person he could have killed us all with his left hand. Chamberlain often invited Russell over to Thanksgiving, and at Russell's place, conversation mostly concerned Russell's electric trains.
I was wrong. More hostile was Chamberlain's relationship with fellow center Abdul-Jabbar, eleven years his junior. Although Abdul-Jabbar idolized him as a teenager and was once part of his inner circle,  the student-mentor bond deteriorated into intense mutual loathing, especially after Chamberlain retired.
Chamberlain often criticized Abdul-Jabbar for a perceived lack of scoring, rebounding, and defense.
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Abdul-Jabbar accused Chamberlain of being a traitor to the black race for his Republican political leanings, support of Richard Nixonand relationships with white women. When Abdul-Jabbar published his autobiography inhe retaliated by writing a paper titled "To Wilt Chumperlane [ sic ]" in which he stated: "Now that I am done playing, history will remember me as someone who helped teammates to win, while you will be remembered as a crybaby, a loser, and a quitter.
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