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HBCU Legendary Coaches

THE FIRST EVER HBCU ALL-STAR GAME EXPERIENCE” LEGENDARY COACHES RECOGNITION CEREMONY BEFORE MEN’S GAME NCAA HALL-OF-FAMER JOHN McLENDON TENNESSEE STATE & NORTH CAROLINA A&T (DECEASED) – MEAC BEN JOBE – SOUTHERN UNIVERSITY (DECEASED) SWAC LAFAYETTE STRIBLING – MISSISSIPPI VALLEY STATE UNIVERSITY (SWAC) CLARENCE “BIG HOUSE” GAINES – WINSTON-SALEM STATE (DECEASED) CIAA OLIVER JONES – ALBANY…

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HBCU Legendary Players

“THE FIRST HBCU ALL-STAR GAME EXPERIENCE”HALF-TIME RECOGNITION CEREMONY FORMER HBCU BASKETBALL LEGENDS CLEO HILL (DECEASED) WINSTON-SALEM STATE – NBA ST. LOUIS HAWKS DICK BARNETT – TENNESSEE STATE – NY KNICKS ANTHONY MASON (DECEASED) – TENNESSEE STATE – NY KNICKS CARLOS ROGERS – TENNESSEE STATE – ROCKETS, WARRIORS, RAPTORS, PACERS CHARLES OAKLEY – VIRGINA UNION –…

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Stay Tuned for 2021 “First Ever HBCU All-Star Game Experience” in Indianapolis, IN – More Details Coming Soon…

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Although, we were very disappointed to cancel our “The First Ever HBCU All-Star Game Experience” scheduled for Friday, April 3rd, 2020 at Morehouse College Forbes Arena during College Basketball Biggest Weekend & Final Four due to the COVID-19 Pandemic, the health & safety, and well-being of our student-athletes, coaches, and personnel involved with the event was always our # 1 priority. With that being said, we are looking forward to 2021 & showcasing “The Best in Black College Basketball” in Indianapolis, Indiana during the 2021 Final Four & Tournament Championship. The 2021 HBCU-AGE is progressing very well and we are excited to provide professional exposure & networking opportunities while “Advocating, Educating, Empowering, Mentoring, & Investing” in hard-working talented, ambitious student-athletes, and brilliant coaches at our distinguished “Historical Black Colleges & Universities (HBCU’s).

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