10 Fun Facts And Funny Moments of Fred “Curly” Neal True Magical Dribbler

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10 Amazing Fun Facts And Funny Moments of Fred “Curly” Neal True Magical Dribbler. If you are from 1960’s decade (The baby boomer generation), you probably have already been a fan of Scooby Doo and the legendary basketball player Curly Neal. Now that Curly is no longer with us, what else can be the better than remembering Curly Neal by glancing through some of his funny moments and fun facts. Do you know as per the Communications Director for the Reform Party in the 2000 presidential campaign, Neil is now the Communications Director for Krucoff For Congress. Curly Neal was the basketball pioneer, introducing new dribbling moves to the whole world during his career with the Globetrotters. RIP to Harlem Globetrotter icon, Fred Curly’ Neal.

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Fred Neal was named as “Curly” for his amazing magical skills of curling the ball on the finger tips and even on his head. So now you know, Curly Neal was a given name and his true name was Fred Neal.

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Fred “Curly” Neal has played for the Harlem Globetrotters. He has played more than 6,000 games and 22 seasons and 97 countries which itself is a record by all known measures. He was remembered as “one of the truly magical dribblers and shooters in basketball history.”

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Between 1963 and 1985 – before the internet and cable television really existed-it was Curly Neal and the Harlem Globetrotters who first introduced the sport of basketball to millions of people around the world for the first time.

10 Fun Facts And Funny Moments of Fred “Curly” Neal True Magical Dribbler

Watch the amazing dribbling skill of Fred “Curly” Neal.

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Curly Neal has introduced the magical dribbling to the world

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10 Fun Facts And Funny Moments of Fred “Curly” Neal True Magical Dribbler

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Curly Neal was a prominent face of Saturday morning cartoons and, give or take Kojak, my earliest bald-is-beautiful memory. He and the Harlem Globe trotters team were special guest on famous TV shows- Scooby-Doo & #GilligansIsland

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He and the Trotters brought great joy to a kid in the 60’s, and to lots of kids for a very long time. He and Meadowlark Lemon were the Globetrotters in that day.

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Fred “Curly” Neal – the Harlem Globetrotters icon known worldwide for his trademark shaved head and charismatic smile

 

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His fan has shared one amazing memory from 1977. I yelled “Hey Curly!!” as he ran past me into the arena tunnel. Hearing me, he turned, ran back, jumped up and gave me a high five and with a big smile he was on his way. Made my 14-year-old day!

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Curly was a ball-handling magician who entertained and loved the world in 1960 – 1080 decades.

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Though he was shorter than his colleague, he was more talented basketball player whose ball spinning has brought a big smile on the entire world. Curly Neal was a prominent face on many merchandise and famous TV shows.

RIP Curly Neal… you will be missed. Thank you for so many awesome memories. Always my favorite Globetrotter. Curly Neal was one of the greatest Harlem Globetrotters & basketball players EVER!! He had the 2nd best “handle” I’ve ever seen. Only Marques Haynes (another Globetrotter) was better at dribbling a basketball. I’m very saddened by his death. May the iconic Curly Neal Rest In Peace.

The children of today will never witness the amazement and joy that was brought forth to those of us who were fortunate enough to see the Harlem Globetrotters in action. Thanks for the great memories Mr. Neal!

When I was a kid, there was nothing more fun than going to see the Harlem Globetrotters. And this man was the reason. He made as many people smile as any athlete that ever lived. About as good an epitaph as you could ever have.

He will be remembered for his appearances on #ScoobyDooand  & #GilligansIsland as well as playing basketball for a team from Harlem.

It is with tremendous sorrow that Johnson C. Smith University shares the recent passing of Fred “Curly” Neal, a 1975 alumnus who was a former member of the Harlem Globetrotters and the Golden Bulls basketball team. Rest in peace.

As a kid, before I was really aware of basketball as a sport, I remember Curly Neal and his ball-handling wizardry and his smile-inducing on-court antics vividly. I idolized him and the Harlem Globetrotters and watched their cartoon show every Saturday morning. RIP.

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