Wilt Chamberlain was traded by the 76ers to the Los Angeles Lakers prior to the 1968 season and played for 5 seasons with the team alongside NBA greats Elgin Baylor and Jerry West. It was the first time that a reigning NBA Most Valuable Player was traded the following season. Chamberlain won his second NBA Title in 1972 and was named the Finals MVP. In the last year of his career, Chamberlain made an astonishing 72.7% of his field goal attempts while playing all 82 games for the Lakers and averaging over 43 minutes per game. His number 13 was retired by the Lakers in 1983.