One answer is easy, Maurice Cheeks. The other, none other than Wilt Chamberlain. At the start of the 1967-68 season, Wilt decided he would lead the league in assists, which he did with 720, including 21 against Detroit on Feb. 28, 1968. He also was the league leader in rebounds that year, averaging 24 points a game.
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Jack Scheuer is our in-house trivia maven, and a fixture on the Philly hoops scene, with 40 years experience covering NBA and college basketball, Phillies baseball and Penn football. A columnist for PhilaHoops.com, Jack was inducted into the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame in 2009, and the Philadelphia Big 5 Hall of Fame in 2002. He has been an assistant basketball coach at Drexel University and Father Judge H.S. (Phila).