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1. Red Cadeaux
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10. The Harlem Globetrotters

I'm sure we can all agree, a thoroughly well researched, flawless Top 10, with no shocking emissions!

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By:
EvgenyKissin
When: 11 Aug 19 19:06
Collier Hill - not bad for a Catterick bumper winner.
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sixtwosix
When: 11 Aug 19 19:11
Dahlia
Crisp
L'Escargot
Highland Reel
Sir Ivor
Lemon
Curly
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DenzilPenberthy
When: 11 Aug 19 19:30
Pilsudski
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DenzilPenberthy
When: 11 Aug 19 19:36
Red Cadeaux
By:
DenzilPenberthy
When: 11 Aug 19 19:37
sorry Red Cadeaux only number 1
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glentoby
When: 11 Aug 19 19:45
NEEDLE GUN the most shocking omission George?
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DenzilPenberthy
When: 11 Aug 19 19:56
Phoenix Reach
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DenzilPenberthy
When: 11 Aug 19 19:57
Forgot Singspiel
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chavman
When: 11 Aug 19 19:59
Running Stag (philip mitchell)
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chavman
When: 11 Aug 19 19:59
Running Stag (philip mitchell)
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glentoby
When: 11 Aug 19 20:01
Did you have to chav,backed that fooking thing heavily at one of the UK AW tracks and.Cry
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apple wine
When: 11 Aug 19 20:50
Teleprompter
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FELTFAIR
When: 11 Aug 19 21:38
Miesque.
By:
leif
When: 11 Aug 19 22:35
Top Ten Globetrotters

Contraversial?

HUBERT "GEESE" AUSBIE

One of the most popular and recognizable Harlem Globetrotters ever, Hubert "Geese" Ausbie thrilled audiences with his awesome talent and effervescent personality around the world for 24 years. He served as the "Clown Prince" for the Globetrotters from 1961 to 1985.



HALLIE BRYANT

Former Harlem Globetrotters standout and Indiana basketball star Hallie Bryant, who helped lead the Indiana Hoosiers to the Big Ten Conference title in 1957, was the 28th person honored by the Globetrotters with the team’s "Legends" award on Martin Luther King, Jr. Day – Jan. 19, 2009 – at Conseco Fieldhouse in Indianapolis.


WILT CHAMBERLAIN

One of the most famous and dominant players in Harlem Globetrotters history, Wilt "The Stilt" Chamberlain began his professional career in 1958 when the Globetrotters signed the University of Kansas standout to one of the largest contracts in sports.



"SWEET" LOU DUNBAR

Throughout his illustrious career, fans across the world adored "Sweet" Lou Dunbar's on-court comedy routines and shared his love of the game. Now he is passing that love and considerable knowledge on to a new generation of Globetrotters as the team’s director of player personnel.


DAVID "SMOKEY" GAINES

David "Smokey" Gaines, who traveled the world from 1963-1967 as a standout guard with the Harlem Globetrotters, was the 24th person in team history to be honored with the prestigious "Legends" RIng.


"WEE" WILLIE GARDNER

A 6-9 silky smooth forward, "Wee" Willie Gardner was one of the first players signed by the Harlem Globetrotters prior to the 1954 season at the age of 19. The young phenom from Indiana quickly made an impact with the Globetrotters, helping the team capture the "World Series of Basketball" title against the College All-Americans in 1954. The 21-game series attracted an attendance of 277,393 as the Globetrotters posted a 15-6 record and Gardner was named Most Valuable Player. The former Crispus Attucks High School standout duplicated his efforts during the 1957 "World Series of Basketball" en route to earning MVP honors for the second time.


WILLIAM "POP" GATES

In the days of the cage game, William "Pop" Gates was considered one of the nation's finest basketball players. Always a scoring threat, Gates was a complete ballplayer on offense, a defensive specialist, and a strong rebounder. The 6-2 guard/forward is one of few athletes who went directly from a high school championship team (Benjamin Franklin, New York, 1938) to a World Professional Champion (New York Renaissance, 1939). "Pop" concluded his playing career in 1955 after serving as player/coach of the Harlem Globetrotters for five years. Born Aug. 30, 1917, in Decatur, Ala., Gates is the only player to have appeared in all 10 World Professional Basketball Tournaments. In 1989, Gates was inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. He was presented with his Harlem Globetrotters "Legends" Ring on Feb. 18, 1995, at Madison Square Garden in New York. Gates passed away on Dec. 2, 1999, at the age of 82.



J.C. GIPSON

J.C. Gipson began his outstanding career with the Harlem Globetrotters in 1952 and wore the famous red, white, and blue for 20-plus glorious seasons. His personality, superb playing ability, and outstanding flair for showmanship made him one of the most popular Globetrotters of all-time. Amazingly, Gipson had no college experience and played only a single season of high school basketball at Thomas Jefferson High in Los Angeles. Selected as the city's "Prep Player of the Year," Gipson was flooded with college offers but elected to sign a contract with the Globetrotters.



ROBERT "SHOWBOAT" HALL

One of the greatest Clown Princes in Harlem Globetrotters history, Robert "Showboat" Hall became one of the most popular players to ever wear the red, white, and blue uniform. A native of Detroit, he succeeded...One of the greatest Clown Princes in Harlem Globetrotters history, Robert "Showboat" Hall became one of the most popular players to ever wear the red, white, and blue uniform. A native of Detroit, he succeeded Goose Tatum as the top Clown Prince in 1955. Hall played in over 5,000 games in nearly 90 different countries during his outstanding career and received his "Legends" ring during a special halftime ceremony at the Palace of Auburn Hills on February 1, 1998.



CHARLES "TEX" HARRISON

Known during his playing days as one of the quickest Harlem Globetrotters, Charles "Tex" Harrison was an outstanding dribbler and rebounder during his 18 years as a player for the team. He became a Globetrotter coach and advisor following his playing days and traveled to more than 100 countries with the Globetrotters. During his career, Tex had tea with Queen Elizabeth, caviar with Nikita Khrushchev, and an audience with three Popes. Tex received his "Legends" Ring on Jan. 26, 1996, in Houston.
By:
glentoby
When: 11 Aug 19 22:50
No Meadowlark leif? The only one I actually remember.
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