Al Pullins was one of the first 5 Harlem Globetrotters, he joined the Trotters after he led Phillips Academy High School to the lightweight championship. During his 6 years as a Harlem Globetrotter he was their biggest scoring threat. He even scored 77 points…Read More
Al Pullins was inducted into the Chicago Public League Basketball Coaches Association in 2014 for being a player in 1928. This is another reason why Al Pullins should be in the Naismith Hall of Fame!! Thank you all for your support!
I found this one the internet some time ago, it came from the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Library on April 11, 2009 Mark Depue interviewed Timuel Black, and if i have never found anything that tells you of Al Pullins basketball skills, and his character…Read More
We would like to thank each and everyone who supports us in getting Al Runt Pullins into the basketball hall of fame as a individual and not just as a Globetrotter. We have also taken the petition to the streets and now have 73 hand signatures. and 115 on…Read More