By Joel Huerto

There are certain images that are deeply embedded in the history of the NBA. There's the famous photo of Red Auerbach smoking a cigar on the sidelines in the Boston Garden as the Celtics are about to win the championship. The great decade of the 1980s was defined by the picture of Magic Johnson and Larry Bird fighting for position under the basket. Michael Jordan's game-winning shot in Game 6 of the 1998 NBA Finals not only captured Jordan's greatest moment but it also displayed the priceless reaction of the Utah fans as the Bulls inch closer to their sixth NBA title. And then there's the NBA logo. Although the league won't confirm it, the image clearly mirrors a young Jerry West driving to the hoop.

As good as those images were nothing compares to the iconic photograph of Wilt Chamberlain sitting on a bench and holding up a white piece of paper with the number "100" etched on it the night he set the NBA's unassailable single-game scoring record on March 2, 1962 in Hershey, Pa.

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