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March 2, 1962, will forever be etched into basketball lore as the night Wilt Chamberlain did the unthinkable: 100 points in a single game. It was a home contest for the Philadelphia Warriors against the New York Knicks in little Hershey, PA, with just 4,124 on hand as witnesses. No members of the New York press showed up. The game was not televised, and no video footage has turned up. The only audio recording is from the 4th quarter. The colossal achievement holds an almost mythological place in sports history. Thankfully, we do have that unforgettable photo of Wilt holding up a sheet of paper marked “100,” a transcendent moment lifting The Big Dipper from human athlete to immortal superhero. On top of the iconic image, a finite amount of pieces of the floor played on during that game have been preserved.

Offered is the largest floor piece from Hersheypark Arena used on that legendary spring night that has ever been seen publicly. The piece is nice in size and measures 14” by 16.” An incredible piece that was used in the iconic 100-point game, a feat that may never be reached again. An additional 1"x1" floor piece is also included in this lot. The 14"x16" floor piece is accompanied by a Hersheypark Arena employee LOA. An incredible opportunity to own a part of history from Wilt's unfathomable scoring night.

C. 1960s Hersheypark Arena Original Large 14" by 16" Floor Piece Used During Wilt Chamberlains 100-Point Game on March 2, 1962 - Plus Additional 1"x1" Floor Piece!
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Final prices include buyers premium.: $3,191
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