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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Earl Lloyd. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Earl Lloyd, often where they are interviewed.

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5 of The Best Podcast Episodes for Earl Lloyd. A collection of podcasts episodes with or about Earl Lloyd, often where they are interviewed.

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Sierra Athletics Media Podcast 3: Basketball Hall of Famer Earl Lloyd

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Francis C. Harris and his brother Charles F. Harris Jr. Give us details of the life, school years and historic professional career of Earl Lloyd, the first African American to play in a National Basketball Association game in 1950.
Apr 02 2019 · 28mins
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Celebrating Black College Sports History & Legends-Earl Lloyd

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Join us as we highlight a Black College Legend who has made a contribution to Black College Sports history.
Today we honor and salute Earl Lloyd.

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Feb 16 2019 · 6mins
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Is Earl Lloyd The Real Goat ?

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On October 31, 1950, in Rochester, N.Y., Earl Lloyd made his NBA debut, officially making him the first African-American to play in the league. Now that’s a beautiful accomplishment.
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Feb 20 2018 · 2mins
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Episode 1: Remembering NBA Pioneer Earl Lloyd (1928-2015)

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The first episode of our new Make History Now podcast is dedicated to basketball pioneer Earl Lloyd, the first African American to play in the NBA.

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Oct 05 2016 · 34mins
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An Overlooked Pioneer-Sports and Torts: Earl Lloyd

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Elliott and David talk with the former West Virginia State standout about breaking the NBA’s color barrier, what it was like playing in the era of segregation, and the honor of being inducted in the Hall of Fame. We also get his thoughts on today’s NBA and on Jackie Robinson.
Mar 30 2012 ·