In this March 2, 1962 file photo, Wilt Chamberlain of the Philadelphia Warriors holds a sign reading "100" after he scored 100 points in a Warriors victory over the New York Knickerbockers. The 100-point performance still remains an NBA record 50 years later.
REGGIE MILLER | Athlete, Olympian, Sports Analyst | Country: USA | Sports: Basketball - National Basketball Association | 31 - Indiana Pacers (18 Years) | Active: 1987-2005 | NBA All Time Points Made - 14th (25,279 points) | NBA All Time 3-Point Field Goals Made - 2nd (2,560 field goals) | 1996 Olympic Gold Medalist - Basketball | #reggiemiller #nba #basketball
A relentless and undersized power forward, CHARLES BARKLEY outplayed, outperformed, and outclassed opponents who regularly stood more than half a foot taller than him. He was capable of controlling the defensive rebound and dribbling the length of the court for a ferocious finish at the rim. In 1993, Barkley was named the NBA's Most Valuable Player and was the catalyst for a Phoenix Suns team that recorded the best record in the league and advanced to the NBA Finals.