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Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is perhaps the most accomplished player in NBA history, collecting Rookie of the Year honors, six NBA MVPs, two Finals MVPs and six NBA titles. He was one of the most consistent players in league history and still stands as the game's all-time leading scorer.
What have I been doing since retiring from the NBA in 1989? I’ve done some coaching for the Lakers and others. I travelled around the world as the Global Cultural Ambassador for the U.S. I’ve acted on a bunch of TV shows, including Big Bang Theory, iZombie and Dave. I was a contestant on Jeopardy, Splash, and Dancing with the Stars (do NOT go to YouTube to watch me salsa!). And I received the Presidential Medal of Freedom from President Obama. So, yeah, I’ve been busy... ce:
)Kareem Abdul-Jabbar's Son Is Sentenced for Stabbing a NKareem Abdul-Jabbar's son is sentenced for stabbing a neighbor Adam Abdul-Jabbar got six months in jail for stabbing a man he argued with over trash cans, prosecutors said. The judge stayed the sentence until Jan. 7 so he can apply for home confinement.
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A dominant high school basketball player, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar was recruited to play at UCLA and led the Bruins to three national titles. His dominance continued in the NBA, first for the Milwaukee Bucks, and later the Los Angeles Lakers. Abdul-Jabbar won six titles and six MVP awards, and finished as the league's all-time scorer. He retired in 1989 and is widely considered one of the greatest players in NBA history, and his talent was celebrated as early as high school.
— Jonas ValanÄiÅ«nas scored 29 of his career-high 39 points in a spectacular first half, and the New Orleans Pelicans beat the Los Angeles Clippers for the second time this month, 123-104 on Monday night.
Jonas Valanciunas is feeling it from beyond the arc in the first half, connecting on all seven 3-pointers vs. the Clippers.
Derrick White drops 18 points in the third quarter to rally the Spurs to a win vs. the Wizards.