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Lennie Rosenbluth The largest thing (no pun intended) about that 1957 title game against Kansas, was the fact that we were playing against the big man in the country, sophomore Wilt Chamberlain. So much was written about Wilt that we were in awe of him before we even got to the game. Some of us watched him in the Jayhawks' semifinal game on Friday night, and he was awesome! Chamberlain had 32 of the 80 points that Kansas scored, as they beat San Francisco, 80-56. We had to respect him, but our players felt that we could beat that Kansas ballclub.
Dick Harp stopped him and said he was making a mistake. " I will never forget that statement. Needless to say, Dick was madder than hell, and talked to tournament director Reeves Peters, who was also the commissioner of our league. The rules of the tournament were preset and Reeves should have gone to the Carolina manager and told them to move to the other bench. Instead, Reeves said, "Dick, they're our guests since we're hosting the tournament. " So, Dick was upset from the outset. Frank McGuire never came out to the court before the game.
These guys were completely unselfish; they could have frozen me Page 16 out if they wanted, but they didn't. It goes along with the idea of thinking we were a family and we knew our roles. Kenney had a role, Lienhard had a role, and so on. My role was on the scoring and rebounding end. I wouldn't have cared if Kenney got 40 points and I didn't get any, because we wanted to win for Kansas, for Phog and for ourselves. We just jelled that season. The other members of our team knew that I could score inside the paint and surrounding the lane, plus they knew that nobody we played against could stop me down low.