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  1. Kareem Abdul Jabbar (Basketball Hall of Famers) by Martha Kneib, 2001-10
  2. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Basketball Great (First Book) by Jacob Margolies, 1992-04
  3. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar: Basketball Great (Black Americans of Achievement) by R. Thomas Cobourn, 1995-03
  4. Male Basketball Players: Male Basketball Centers, Male Basketball Forwards, Male Basketball Guards, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Charles Barkley
  5. NBA Most Valuable Player Award: Basketball Hall of Fame, National Basketball Association, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar,Bill Russell, Michael Jordan
  6. Male Basketball Centers: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Christian Laettner, Rafael Araújo, Bison Dele, Carlton Aaron, Joe Vogel, Pervis Ellison
  7. Kareem by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 1990-11
  8. A Season on the Reservation: My Soujourn With the White Mountain Apaches by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Stephen Singular, 2000-02
  9. Giant Steps by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Peter Knobler, 1987-02
  10. Basketball's finest center, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (The Allstars) by Paula Taylor, 1977
  11. Selected from Giant Steps: The Autobiography of Kareem Abdul-Jabbar by Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, 1990-04
  12. Nate Thurmond: Basketball, Bob Pettit, Kareem Abdul- Jabbar, Wilt Chamberlain, National Basketball Association
  13. Vlade Divac: Basketball, Euroleague, Assists, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, NBA, Center (Basketball), Serbian Olympic Committee
  14. United States Basketball League Coaches: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Darryl Dawkins, Eric Musselman, Kevin Mackey, Cliff Levingston, Wallace Bryant

1. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Biography
Kareem AbdulJabbar, formerly known as Lewis Alcindor, was the kind of player that graces a sport once in a lifetime. The basketball world might

2. NBA History Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Summary
games, teams and coaches in NBA's Greatest. Kareem AbdulJabbar. When Kareem Abdul-Jabbar left the game to Naismith Memorial Basketball

3. Pot Smoker Of Month - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
Pot Smoker of The Month Kareem AbdulJabbar. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is the top-scoring basketball player of all time.

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5. - Los Angeles Lakers Rosters, Statistics, Records
Repository for the statistical history of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball team

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Kareem AbdulJabbar Biography More Info Rate It. Basketball Hall of Famer since May 1995. Check his biography, career highlights

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Basketball player of all time, Kareem culture figures I have ever totally loved without reservation are LeVar Burton and Kareem AbdulJabbar.

8. UCLA Opens The 2004 Pac-10 Conference Season At Home This Week
STREET SMITH'S COLLECTORS ADDITION GREATEST COLLEGE BASKETBALL PLAYERS - Seven Bruins are highlighted - No. 1 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (Lew Alcindor

9. ABC 7 News - Former Bruin Patterson Dies
Football. Basketball. NCAA Hoops. Boxing for playing with the Bruins after legendary center Lew Alcindor (Kareem AbdulJabbar) and before

10. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Biography
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
As a player on May 15, 1995
April 16, 1947 in New York, NY
267 pounds High School:
  • Power Memorial (New York, NY) (1962-65)
High School Playing Highlights:
  • Four-year letter winner All-City (1963-65) All-American (1963-65) Consensus All-American (1963-65) Led Power Memorial to a 95-6 record, including a 71-game winning streak
  • UCLA (1965-69)
College Playing Highlights:
  • The Sporting News College Player of the Year (1967, 1969) Three-time First Team All-America (1967-69) Two-time National Player of the Year (1967, 1969) Three-time NCAA Tournament Most Outstanding Player (1967-69) Won three national championships (1967-69) Naismith Award winner (1969) Led UCLA to an 88-2 record Graduated as the sixth highest scorer in major college history (2,325 points, 26.4 ppg) Leading scorer in UCLA history Led NCAA with .667 field goal percentage (1967) and .635 field goal percentage (1969)

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American basketball player. As a center for the Los Angeles Lakers (1975–1989) he became the all-time leading scorer in National Basketball Association history in 1984. Encyclopedia Abdul-Jabbar, Kareem kərēm ăb dʊl jəb¤r ) , 1947–, American basketball player, b. New York City as Ferdinand Lewis (Lew) Alcindor. At 7 ft 2 in. (218 cm), he led the Univ. of California, Los Angeles, to three national titles (1967–69). He was the National Basketball Association's number one draft pick in 1969, joining the Milwaukee Bucks as center. In 1970 he was rookie of the year, and in the 1970–71 season he led the Bucks to the championship. In 1975 he left Milwaukee to join the Los Angeles Lakers, with whom he played until his retirement in 1989. Abdul-Jabbar won the NBA's most-valuable-player honor six times and set the NBA all-time records in games played (1,560; since broken), points made (38,387), and field goals made (15,837). He was an assistant coach with the Los Angeles Clippers in 2000 and head coach of a minor-league basketball team in 2002. He has written, with Stephen Singular, A Season on the Reservation (2000), about his experience coaching Apache high-school basketball players, and also coauthored

12. - Biography - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
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[Lewis Ferdinand Alcindor, Jr.]
b. April 16, 1947, New York, NY
NBA Career statistics Other Resources When he was thirteen, Lew Alcindor was 6-foot-8, and college scouts were already eyeing him. At Power Memorial Academy, he scored 2,067 points and had 2,002 rebounds as he led the team to 53 consecutive victories. Alcindor was recruited by more than two hundred colleges. He chose UCLA, where he played for the legendary John Wooden. With Alcindor starting at center, UCLA won three consecutive NCAA championships, 1967 through 1969, and Alcindor was named the tournament's most valuable player, as well as an All-American, all three years. He scored a total of 2,325 points, averaging 26.4 a game, at UCLA. There had never been a basketball player like him. At 7-foot-2 and 235 pounds in his prime, he could score, rebound, pass, play defense, and block shots. Bob Cousy said that he "pretty much combines what Bill Russell and Wilt Chamberlain have individually specialized in." The Milwaukee Bucks of the National Basketball Association and New Jersey Nets of the American Basketball Association both drafted him. To avoid a major bidding war, Alcindor asked them each to submit a sealed bid and Milwaukee won with a contract offer of more than $1 million.

13. NBA History: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Bio
Career Statistics When kareem abduljabbar left the game in 1989 at age 42, In 1995 abdul-jabbar was elected to the Naismith Memorial basketball Hall of
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Take home profiles of the top players, moments, games, teams and coaches in NBA's Greatest Full Name: Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Formerly known as: Lew Alcindor
Born: 8/16/47 in New York
High School: Power Memorial (N.Y.)

14. Adidas Press Room - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar And Adidas Open The 2005 Adidas Supersta
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar and adidas open the 2005 adidas Superstar Camp Series in Shanghai
The adidas superstar camp, the premier global basketball camp network, opens in Shanghai, China, May 23-27, 2005. 50 of Asia's top 15-18 year olds, representing seven nations, will be joined by current and former NBA stars and coaches in the premiere performance basketball showcase in Asia.
The 2005 adidas superstar camp in Shanghai will feature “Basketball Psychology and Attitude”, an initiative created by adidas and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar. The course will cover the importance and differences that body language, physicality and differences in game preparation can mean across cultures. It will be taught on-court and also cover many real-life situations including trash-talk and media relations. "adidas approached me due to my passion for the globalization of culture and sport. Over a period of months, we worked together to create an itinerary. I especially wanted to teach the class on the basketball court - as kids learn the most through active participation," stated Abdul-Jabbar.
The 2004 adidas superstar camp in Shanghai introduced the world to “Basketball English”, a course created by Lawrence Norman, Head of Global Sports Marketing - International Basketball for adidas, and Alan Juffs, the Head of the English Language Department at the University of Pittsburgh (USA). The goal of Basketball English was to provide participants with some essential terminology and cultural elements unique to basketball. During 45-minute sessions, participants reviewed basic English clause structure with the focus on understanding each other out on the court.

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17. Pot Smoker Of Month - Kareem Abdul-Jabbar
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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Lewis changed his name to Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the early 1970's when he converted to Islam. He played with the Bucks for 6 years, being named the League MVP in a Milwaukee uniform in 1971, 1972 and 1974 (he would win 3 more as a Laker). Kareem won his only NBA title with the Bucks, and fellow Hall of Fame great Oscar Robinson in 1971. Four of his six years in Milwaukee he averaged better than 30 points a game. The Milwaukee era ended with his trade to the Lakers for the 1975-76 season. In Los Angeles he won 3 more MVP Trophies (1976, 1977 and 1980) and teamed up with another MVP, Magic Johnson, to win 5 more NBA titles (1980, 1982, 1985, 1987 and 1988). Kareem was also named the NBA Finals MVP in 1971 and 1985. Over his career, Kareem won 6 MVP Trophies and 6 World Championships, along with 9 NBA all-time records. Jabbar's career records include: Points: 38,387

18. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar - Wikipedia, The Free Encyclopedia
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Kareem Abdul Jabbar Kareem Abdul-Jabbar (born April 16 in New York City, New York ) was a successful high school, collegiate, and professional NBA basketball player. He is the NBA's all-time leading scorer with 38,387 points. Today, he is a successful coach, author, and part-time actor. Born Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor Jr. (usually known as Lew Alcindor ), to Cora and Ferdinand Lewis Alcindor in Harlem , New York City, he was a center who grew to 7'2" (2.18 m) tall.
Early years
High school
He led Power Memorial Academy to three straight New York City Catholic championships, a 71-game winning streak, and a 96–6 overall record. edit
He played for the UCLA Bruins from to under coach John Wooden . During his time on the team, UCLA had 88 wins and only two losses. Alcindor graduated with a B.A. from UCLA. At UCLA, he suffered a scratched left cornea; from then on, he mostly played wearing goggles edit
Professional athletics
The Harlem Globetrotters offered him $1 million to play them, but he declined.

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