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Earl Lloyd became the first African American to play in the NBA, suiting up for …


Earl Lloyd became the first African American to play in the NBA, suiting up for the short-lived Washington Capitols. His career spanned three franchises, highlighted by an NBA title run with the Syracuse Nationals in 1955, and finished off with the Detroit Pistons.

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  1. Não é nem querendo INCOMODAR na vdd é sim vão ouvir minha prévia e se NÃO gostarem podem até me XINGAR no post “25/01 (Don Felipe – Astro Boy)”

  2. Can’t not imagine how people treated him when he first stepped on the court knowing he’s a black man with white people and knowing how bad for blacks must been a nightmare for him

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