45 years ago to the day (March 2, 1962), Wilt Chamberlain did something nobody thought possible, score 100 points in a single game. No matter how you look at it, the boxscore is just ridiculous. Outside of the 100 points, he had 25 rebounds, shot 36-63 from the field, and shot an amazing 28-32 from the free throw line.
Check out the Warriors official site for a great read about the night it happened, "I Heard the Fans Yelling for 100".
But when the teams came out for the second half, the pace quickened. Chamberlain's teammates fed him the ball repeatedly, and the Knicks were unable to stop him. And by the time the third-quarter buzzer sounded, Chamberlain had registered a jaw-dropping 69 points. The crowd had been awakened, and began chanting "Give it to Wilt! Give it to Wilt!" every time the Warriors came down the floor.
And my favorite quote from the article.
Also, the Warriors are have all the 100 Point Game info you need.
That night, he truly was "Unstoppable Baby"