Just like Wilt had eyewitnesses of how he could grab a coin and change it a la top of the backboard... We've heard about these eyewitnesses before and we've heard the most silly things ever a la Wilt's volleyball skills, a la Wilt's shooting skills, a la Wilt crushing toes skills, a la Wilt's 50 inch vertical...
Did he, or did he not take 3 steps to dunk a free throw, as per Tex Winter's EXTREMELY SPECIFIC description of the event from both 1956, and his recollection in 2011.
Yes or No?
Last edited by CavaliersFTW : 02-26-2012 at 06:23 AM.
Actually it's in the middle of the day in Sweden, cutie.
And idiot, I never challenged that, I challenged that Wilt could dunk from the FT-line with 3 small steps..
Now I couldn't care what Tex Winter says but I think it's possible that Wilt could do it with full speed.
There is no piece of historical evidence to ever suggest he ran full speed. All historical evidence, quite contrarily, is extremely specific and describes in detail how he took just 3 steps. In fact, 3 steps is literally his exact approach method to practice and compete in the high jump - which also falls within this exact time period. Another Coincidence? http://www.desmoinesregister.com/Vid...lain-high-jump
So I'll ask again, did Wilt take 3 steps to dunk a free throw?
Yes, or No
Last edited by CavaliersFTW : 02-26-2012 at 06:41 AM.