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1962 Philadelphia Warriors Wilt Chamberlain 100 Point Game Program.
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Despite the enormous scarcity of relics from this Hershey, Pennsylvania contest, every fan on earth knows the event. On March 2, 1962, the seven-foot one inch superstar center for the Philadelphia Warriors became the first (and, to this date, only) man in NBA history to require a third digit on his personal scoring sheet, dropping an even one hundred in a 169-147 victory over the visiting New York Knicks. Just over four thousand fans were on hand to witness this stunning display of offensive production, so the scarcity of surviving programs is little surprise.We searched our auction archives and we have not handled one of the programs from that historic night. Chamberlain is prominently featured on the front of The Wigwam issue issued at the double header. Consigned by a man who amazingly only saw one NBA game in his life, the epic 100-point game, he notated: "Wilt Sinks a Century," "Guess What I Did - Whooee!" and "100" (twice). The scores of the games are neatly written on front. The scored publication has more notches than we have ever seen next to a player's name. Light handling wear is visible on the EX to EX/MT offering. HID07601242017
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