Top Ten Talented NBA Players Who Scored Less In Order to Make Their Teams Better2storm Players who have tremendous Offensive talent but are forced to change their talent in the NBA
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Perfect example he was a scoring threat but had to change to passing - 2storm
After proving he could average 38-50 PPG during his early years, Wilt's coaches asked him to shoot less, but pass more and concentrate on rebounding and defense.
In the second half of his career, Wilt became the only center to ever lead the NBA in assists, he also set the record for highest shooting percentage from the field for a season, an amazing.727, became the NBA's all-time rebounding champ, and even became the all-time blocks leader, although they were not counted during his playing career.
He was even NBA Finals MVP one year playing with a cast on his broken wrist.
He scored 50 per game in college but his coaches to pass more and he did - 2storm
He could have been a Wilt Chamberlain in scoring but Phil Jackson even said that he held back. - Bronson
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List StatsUpdated 27 May 2017
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