Basketball Hall of Famer WILT "WILT The STILT" "BIG DIPPER" CHAMBERLAIN (August 21, 1936 - October 12, 1999) was an imposing figure on the court during his 15 NBA seasons, racking up mind-boggling numbers and tallying four Most Valuable Player awards, seven scoring titles, 13 All-Star selections and two NBA championships. He still holds the league record for career rebounds with 23,924.
But two numbers seem to follow Chamberlain's legacy no matter the conversation: 100 and 20,000.
The 100 refers to the number of points Chamberlain scored in a 169–147 win over the NEW YORK KNICKS on March 2, 1962, in Hershey, Pa.
The 20,000 to his off-the-court exploits, which he detailed in his 1991 biography A VIEW From ABOVE.
In the book, Chamberlain claims he had slept with close to 20,000 women.
PHILADELPHIA, PA-born in 1936, and becoming one of the most prolific men in all of sport, WILT CHAMBERLAIN died in BEL AIR, CA, at age 63 in 1999 having never been married, and claiming to have never fathered any children.
Enter 50-year-old SAN FRANCISCO-resident AARON LEVI.
AARON LEVI says he believes that he is the biological son of WILT CHAMBERLAIN.
AARON LEVI says;
"It's been a burden on me to feel that I am her secret. I am Wilt's secret, and I am the Chamberlain's family secret."AARON's birth mother put him up for adoption, and he eventually was adopted. He later found his birth mother. He states that his attempts to prove paternity have been thwarted mostly by WILT's living relatives.
WILT CHAMBERLAIN said in his book, A VIEW From ABOVE;
"Any idiot can father a child and too many of them do. I believe in adoption and doing as much as we can for the kids who are already here."AARON says;
"I've got something between perfection—which would be total acceptance—and total rejection," he says. "...To be ignored is devastating."SPORTS ILLUSTRATED Journalist GARY POMERANTZ digs deep to uncover the SECRETS Of WILT CHAMBERLAIN And A MAN'S SEARCH For The TRUTH.