Written By, Clifford Santa Monica,


LeBron James (deservedly) has been getting all kinds of props from the media over the past few days for scoring 30 points in six consecutive games while hitting at least 60% of his shots.


Maybe it’s just me, but I find it hard to believe that Wilt Chamberlain—who scored most of his points within 8 feet of the basket—NEVER strung together six straight games of 30 (+) points with a shooting percentage of 60 or better when the entire NBA record book looks more or less like his personal autobiography.


For anyone who cares to answer,  is this yet an another instance of certain stats, like blocked shots, (or sacks in football) not being recognized prior to a particular year?


Just Curious…





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