There seems to be little that stirs up more passion amongst NBA fans than the discussion about who the greatest player of all time is. Wilt Chamberlain versus Michael Jordan, with the occasional well deserved plug for some of the other all-time greats. With all the media hype of Jordan’s Hall of Fame induction and calls by some that Jordan should have gone into the Hall by himself, perhaps some objective reflection is in order. In all fairness, comparing players from different teams in the same era is challenging enough that comparing players who never even faced each other and played different positions must be near impossible. Arguments often start with championships won, personal awards received, and stories about how good a player was, but none of these are truly objective. Champ ...
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