Manute Bol was a proud son of the Sudan, whose father was a Dinka tribesman. His career on the court only allowed him to be the social activist, philanthropist and Sudanese freedom-fighter he fought to be off the court.
Bol was a naturally tall, almost 7’7” (he did not have a pituitary disease), blocked more shots than he scored points, and towards the end of his career became a 3-point sharp shooter. [watch here]
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