Michael Jordan Was Greater Than Wilt Chamberlain

May 6th, 2010 by Isaiah Montoya Leave a reply »
When all-time greatest lists come out, either Jordan or Wilt Chamberlain is number one. In all seriousness, no other players are even in the equation of, "Who is the greatest ever?"

Yep, Wilt did average 50.4 pts one season, scored 100 pts in a game, and averaged 27.2 rebounds once.

Jordan finished with the highest scoring average ever (Wilt No. 2) and won six titles on six chances, with six Finals MVP's.

To properly illustrate why Jordan was better I broke their (regular season)careers in half for you to see, and judge for yourself.

Wilt played 14 seasons and Jordan played 15 seasons (over a 19 year span). I will analyze Wilts first seven years vs. Jordan, and then his second seven vs. Jordan's last eight (including Washington stats).

In his first seven seasons Wilt played 543 games and Jordan played 509. Wilt played 25,526 total minutes for an astounding 47.0 minutes per game average! Jordan averaged 38.7 minutes per game (19,673 total minutes).

Wilt scored 21,486 points in his first seven seasons for an average of 39.6 points per night. Jordan scored 16,596 points in his first seven seasons for a 32.6 points ...

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