Stuttgart, Germany: On Sunday, Octobber 13, 2010, US AfroAmerican Simone Biles Biles made history.  She dominated  everywhere: floor, vault, and beam. In the end,  she took her 25th gold medal  and surpassed the reigning record holder, Belarussian Vitaly Scherbo, who had a record of 23 World medals won in the 1990s.  

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Hakeem Olajuwon, one of NBA’s Greatest of All Time

Over the upcoming weeks, and as the basketball fans are getting ready for the next  NBA championships season, AfroAmerica Network is looking at the basketball greatest players of all times.  A list of top 11 players will be covered, starting with No 10  and ending with an honorable mention. Today,  the focus is on Number 9: Hakeem Olajuwon

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Wilt Chamberlain, one of NBA’s Greatest of All Time

In the upcoming weeks, and as the basketball fans are getting ready for the next  NBA championships season, AfroAmerica Network will be looking at the basketball greatest players of all times.   A list of top 11 players will be covered, starting with No 10, Wilt Chamberlain,  and ending with an honorable mention.

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Rwandan-French Frank Ntilikina Picked by Nicks

On June 22, 2017, NBA made top picks and trades. The event, held at Barclays Center, brought in top NBA prospects in the United States and around the World. Among them, a Rwandan-French, Frank Ntilikina. He was selected eighth overall by the New York Knicks.

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