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Author Topic: Video narrated by Earl "The Pearl" Monroe details the era of the 1960s at WSSU  (Read 156 times)

Offline Mas Casa

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Earl is my favorite basketball superstar of all time.  :nod: I started watching him at WSSU when I was 5 years old.  I used to go to games at the coliseum and sit near courtside before games so I could catch a ball during the shootaround, and pass it back to him.

Growing up in North Carolina exposed me to many superstars - David Thompson, Phil Ford, Worthy, Mike, etc...but lemme tell you, Earl the Pearl is, and will ALWAYS be my favorite. :bow: :bow: :bow:

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One of the true greats!
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