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Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame

Al Pullins is one of the first five Harlem Globetrotters, Al Pullins was the top scorer during his 6 years as a Globetrotter. During that time at 5'9 he scored 77 points in one game and in the 1934 season scored 2586 points. Both of these were in Ripleys Believe it or not. He is also listed as one of the 25 Harlem Globetrotters of all time. He held the world record for scoring points for several years, we believe only to beaten by Wilt Chamberlin Al Pullins is a true pioneer of pro basketball, 30 years as a active player, as well as being listed as the 5th all time person for integrating people of color into pro basketball. Al Pullins has been in thousands of newspaper articles as well in over 50 books. He has been on the cover of Cages to Jump Shots-Pro Basketballs Early Years, he has even been in magazines. As well as the cover of The Mini Page After leaving the Globetrotters, he formed his own basketball team, after changing the name several times he settle on Al Pullins Harlem Clowns, he had that team for over 50 years, dedicated his life to charity by the means of comedy basketball. In 2002 Lyle Wilson and Johnny Kline first nominated Al Pullins, only yet to be inducted.We are asking that he be nominated as a individual and not just a Globetrotter. Please help us get the man the recognition he deserves for his outstanding basketball achievements and lifelong dedication to charity and basketball by signing out petition. - James Wooley Jr, former Al Pullins Harlem Clown, Teresa Marie Hoffman, Harlem Clown advocate and content creator.

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James Wooley Jr

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Because Al Pullins is a pioneer of the basketball community who helped paved the way for integration of African Americans into pro basketball as well as dedicating almost 50 yrs of his life to...

Because Al Pullins is a pioneer of the basketball community who helped paved the way for integration of African Americans into pro basketball as well as dedicating almost 50 yrs of his life to charity by the means of comedy basketball. The more people that sign, the bigger the chance of is nomination.

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