Why Herb Brooks is perfect choice for the $2 bill.
Dirk passed Shaq on the all-time scoring list.
The legendary center averaged 30.1 points and 22.9 rebounds and won two NBA titles in his storied 15-season career.
A list of the 10 players from four sports to win the award while playing for different teams.
A sky-hook shot -- what else? -- moves him into first all-time in scoring in NBA history.
Chamberlain spent one season with the iconic touring team when he wasn't eligible to join the NBA yet.
On March 1, 1972 and 1996 Wilt Chamberlain and Lenny Wilkens reached new heights in the NBA's record books.
The Thunder guard leads the West to a win at Madison Square Garden with a spectacular scoring performance.
On February 14, 1966, Chamberlain delivered 41 points in the Philadelphia 76ers' win, and in doing so he passed Bob Pettit's NBA record of 2,880 points.
He was just starting his career when he called the action on radio at Madison Square Garden 47 years ago.