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What would be the hardest record to break?

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11-12-2012, 03:30 AM
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What would be the hardest record to break?

There're a lot, like I said in another thread Mark Eaton's 456 blocks in the 84/85 season would be my pick, tho a close second would be Walt Bellamy playing 88 games in a single season

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Don't see Wilt's 55 rebounds in a game being beaten unless something drastically changes, or his nine straight games with a triple-double. More than a few Wilt ones you could pick out really.

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100 point game. Kobe had 81 but that's not even close.

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