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Moulder

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Apr 20 16 2:48 PM

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This is probably the most important 36 seconds in basketball. A recording of 36 seconds of a radio broadcast when Wilt Chamberlain scored 100 points in a game between the Philadephia Warriors and the NY Knicks on March 2, 1962, surfaced. The game was not televised and newspaper reports cannot capture how incredible the moment was. In fact, conspiracy theorists claim that it never happened because it has never happened since. On March 23, 2016, those 36 seconds were entered into theĀ  National Recording Registry of the Library of Congress. If it wasn't for that 36 seconds of radio, there would be no recording that it ever really happened. Amazing, huh?
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masarual

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Apr 22 16 3:07 PM

That is incredible! So cool! It makes you wonder how many miraculous moments are out there on radio recordings, just waiting for someone to listen and remember them.

As to the conspiracy theorists, hmmm. Is that the new criterion, that something has to happen twice for it to be true?

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SerenityNow

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Apr 22 16 10:22 PM

Wow...conspiracy theorists questioning if this really happened? So an entire arena of people who witnessed such an amazing event must be wrong because it's never happened again? OK, that makes a lot of sense.The radio clip is really cool!

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