I just looked it up: Bill 11, Wilt 2.
I certainly agree with you that Jordan is greatest basketball player of all-time, as no one can compare to his ability to come through in the clutch. He is simply a winner.
But no one changed the landscape of basketball like Chamberlain. He averaged 30.1 pts and 22.9 boards per game for his career. He averaged 45.8 minutes per game during his career, which is unmatched. In the 67-68 season, he lead the league in rebounding and assists. The next season, he had put up the ridiculous stat line of 22 points, 25 rebounds and 21 assists in one game.
Some more stats, courtesy of Wikipedia:
-Wilt's 1961-62 scoring average of 50.4 ppg, accomplished with the Philadelphia Warriors, is by far the NBA record. Chamberlain also holds the next three spots on the NBA's season scoring average list with 44.8, 38.9 and 38.4 points per game. The next closest player is Elgin Baylor, who averaged 38.3 ppg in the same '61-62 season in which Chamberlain set the record.
-Wilt led the NBA in rebounding 11 times, led in shooting percentage seven times, and led in scoring seven times, less eye-catching stats also serve to demonstrate Chamberlain's sheer dominance. After critics called him a one-dimensional (or even selfish) player, Chamberlain defiantly promised to lead the league in assists the next year, which he did in 1968, at a clip of 8.6 per game - numbers good enough to match those of today's point guards.
-Despite the fact that he was regularly double- and triple-teamed on offense and relied upon so heavily on defense, in his 14 years in the NBA he never once fouled out of a game.
-As an arguable, but probable note, many sportswriters attest that Chamberlain would have had many quadruple- if not quintuple-doubles, and average a triple double for his career (points/ rebounds/ blocks). Chamberlain played in an era during which blocks and steals were not officially kept statistics.
Again, I firmly believe that Michael Jordan is the most talented man to ever touch a basketball...but Wilt was able to dominate in a way no player ever will again. Due tp his physical gifts, his play was equivalent to putting Kevin Garnett in a junior high game.