Coach Frank McGuire meets with his Philadelphia Warriors at the training camp in Hershey, PA, 1962.
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A man wearing a sweater stands, holding a basketball, while a group of young men sit in a semi-circle on a gym floor.

Credit: Courtesy Urban Archives, Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia

Nobody ever had a year so dominant in professional sports as Wilt Chamberlain in the 1961-"62 campaign. Averaging more than 50 points per game, he scored a still unapproached 100 in one evening alone against the Knicks. Yet, for all his incredible numbers, his Warriors only finished second to the Celtics with Bill Russell beating Chamberlain out for the coveted MVP honor. At the end of the season, the Warriors relocated to San Francisco.

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