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123 HARLEM 456 GLOBETROTTERS - THE LEGACY / ARRANGED, COMPOSED, PRODUCED BY BiLlee T
Soupy Sales  1969 Harlem Globetrotters
BOBBY "ZORRO" HUNTER
Bobby "ZORRO" Hunter & Sam Sawyer
Original Harlem Globetrotters 
"JUMPIN" Jackie Jackson original Harlem Globetrotter & BiLlee T at Rutgers Park
LIVE AT THE WORLD FAMOUS
CURLY NEAL
WILT CHAMBERLAIN
Harlem Globetrotters
1969 Television Special in which Soupy Sales Manages The Team
Bobby "ZORRO" Hunter, original Harlem Globetrotter #28 & BiLlee T
On January 27, 1927, the Harlem Globetrotters basketball team travels 48 miles west from Chicago to play their first game in Hinckley, Illinois. The first star player came from Annawan, Illinois, and the second star player of those early Globe Trotters (the name would be merged into one word later on) was Albert "Runt" Pullins, an adept dribbler and shooter.  Soon he would be joined by 6 ft 3 inches Inman Jackson, who played center and had a flair for showboating.  They would originate the two roles that would stay with the "trotters"  for decades, the showman  and the dribbler.
OUR STORY
HALL OF FAMER 
MARQUES HAYNES
CONNIE HAWKINS
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1st Team
With BiLlee T & His 18 Piece Orchestra
1989 WASHINGTON GENERALS
1952 WASHINGTON GENERALS
OWNER, MANNIE JACKSON
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MANNIE JACKSON "YOU THE MAN"
Red Klotz
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Jesse Owens and the Globetrotters taken at the Hotel Victoria in Chihuahua, Mexico, dated 12-3-46 and signed in green fountain pen by Jesse Owens, Bob Karstens, Rocky Saperstein (d.1955) and one other. Karstens was the third white player to play for the Globetrotters and Rocky was the brother of Globetrotters founder Abe Saperstein and manager of the Globetrotters. 
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The cousin of Globetrotter "Legend" Hubert "Geese" Ausbie, Woodard was inducted into the National High School Hall of Fame in 1989 and was a member of the 1984 United States Olympic Team that captured the gold metal.  Woodard played for the Cleveland Rockers of the WNBA during the summer of 1997 and was selected by the Detroit Shock in the 1998 WNBA expansion draft by then  Shock Head Coach and General Manager Nancy Lieberman-Cline, a former member of the Washington Generals. Woodard was presented with a Harlem Globetrotters "Legends" Ring in 1996 and was inducted into the Nalsmith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in September 2004.
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RETIRED GLOBETROTTER LEGENDS
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BiLlee T
RADIO INTERVIEW with Sports Inside and Out
Harlem Globetrotter Hall of Famer 
Bobby "ZORRO" Hunter and BiLlee T
HARLEM GLOBETROTTERS LYRICS
123  HARLEM  456 GLOBETROTTERS
THE LEGACY