These are highlights of the 1957 NCAA Tournament, featuring Wilt Chamberlain.

Chamberlain played his college basketball for the Kansas Jayhawks, who lost in the finals, 54-53, to the North Carolina Tar Heels.

To get to the finals, Kansas scored victories over SMU, Oklahoma City, and San Francisco.

This video shows highlights of Chamberlian, and Kansas, in action in those four games, as well as an earlier game against Colorado in the Big 7 Conference final.

The Jayhawks were led by Chamberlain, who won Most Outstanding Player honors in the NCAA Tournament, despite his team not winning the title.

Chamberlain averaged 29.9 points-per-game, scoring 1,433 points, and pulling down 18.3 rebounds-per-game, in only two years at Kansas, before turning pro, where he scored over 31,000 career points.

Yeah, he was pretty good!