No, you guys aren't getting it. I'm not ONLY using the context to discount his numbers. OBVIOUSLY the numbers matter, and his spectacular stats should be taken into account. But that's not the whole story. Just like you have to put Mikan's numbers in perspective, you have to do the same with Wilt's and Oscar's.

Like I said, this isn't an exact science, but I don't think you can simply take numbers at face value and say "Look how amazing this guy was!" without taking a step back and looking at why those numbers were so phenomenal to be begin with.