Wilt Chamberlain: Kansas (1956-1958)
Dominant big men have always been the brunt of cheap ploys by opposing teams to neutralize their effectiveness. In recent years the “Hack a Shaq” technique was used to prevent Shaquille O’Neal from getting easy buckets.
In the 1950s, Wilt Chamberlain was so dominating that opposing teams refused to try to score, and would instead pass the ball around to each other until the defense would lose focus or get tired chasing. Chamberlain was often triple-teamed too. In part because of these tactics, Chamberlain left school early to play in the NBA.