If we had to guess, we'd say that unless Wilt Chamberlain has an eight-foot-tall son out there in the world—hey, it's possible, right?—there isn't going to be another NBA player who scores 100 points in a single game like he did back in 1962. We saw Kobe Bryant score 81 in a game and it took a lot for him to reach that number. So, 100? Sorry, but it's just not happening. Especially when you look around the league and see the lack of quality centers.
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