Watch Kareem’s episode of the T.D. Jakes Show to premiere Wednesday, February 22.
The man who inspired retired NBA basketball player Shaquille O’Neal to shoot for the stars delivered a powerful message to students devastated by the August flood.
“If you want to go fast, go alone. If you want to go far, you have to go with others,” says retired Louisiana State University basketball coach Dale Brown, a Hall-of-Famer who devoted himself to players’ off-the-court needs first. The renowned speaker shares his philosophies with former SUCCESS magazine Publisher Darren Hardy in this one-on-one matchup.
Basketball legend Kareem Abdul-Jabbar joins adidas Group’s Mark King and shares lessons from his 20 years in pro ball and his take on the game today.
The Hollywood Reporter, entertainment media’s flagship outlet, on Monday announced that NBA legend, actor, activist, cultural commentator and New York Times best-selling author Kareem Abdul-Jabbar has joined the publication as contributing editor.
“As the first African-American to sit on this committee, I will be able to add my voice, as well as the voices of the people of color whom I represent,” Abdul-Jabbar said via email. “I will add an element of diversity in suggesting how America is remembered, as well as how those overlooked people of color who helped build America are remembered.”
Kareem was featured as a clue on tonight’s episode of Jeopardy! The category was appropriately titled “NBA Greats”.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s 50 years of friendship with Coach John Wooden — brought together by the game of basketball — formed one of the most enduring and meaningful relationships in sports history.
NBA TV’s Chris Webber attended the Sports Activism and Social Change Conference hosted by San Jose State University where he had the opportunity to with Dr Harry Edwards and a panel of athletes including Kareem Abdul Jabbar.
The Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame announced today the 10 watch list finalists for the 2017 Kareem Abdul-Jabbar Center of the Year Award. Named after Hall of Famer and three-time NCAA Champion Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, the annual honor in its third year recognizes the top centers in men’s college basketball. A national committee comprised of top college basketball personnel determined the watch list of 20 candidates in October, which has now been narrowed to just 10.