As time changes, face changes and legacy forward to other players. Now the basketball arena is ruled by Stephen Curry and other famous players.
If we talk about the 70s, we can miss Kareem Abdul-Jabbar as yet he was the leading scorer in basketball history.
Kareem Abdul-Jabbar is a retired professional basketball player who played for 20 seasons in the National Basketball Association (NBA) for the Milwaukee Bucks and the Los Angeles Lakers.
As he retired from basketball, people still talk about him because of his records. They are all-time leading scorers with 38,387 points. Still, it was the most points scored by an individual. He was an American retired basketball player, Hall of Fame Writer as well as Actor.
After 20 life he converted himself to Islam due to his girlfriend refused him to marry because of the rituals of Islam and the “burka” every time.
Later he was stunned by Janice Brown’s beauty and personality and asked for the date later she converted to Islam and both get married in 1971.
His first wife was Janice Brown, with whom he had three children: Habiba, Kareem Jr., and Sultana. His second wife was Cheryl Pistono, with whom he had two children: Amir and Jasmine.
His third wife was Marsha Clark, with whom he had one child: Adam. His fourth and current wife is Patricia Ali, with whom he has no children.
With his success on and off the court, it’s no wonder that people are interested in his personal life, including his wife, who he married in 1971. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar’s wife is named Haile Johnson.
She is originally from Ethiopia and met Kareem. Both get married for 40 years and are blessed with three children. Although their relationship has not always been perfect, Kareem and Haile have stuck together through thick and thin.
In recent years, they have even worked together on various projects, including a book about their lives together. His wife Haile is equally impressive and together, they make quite a team.
He is a six-time NBA champion, a six-time NBA Most Valuable Player, and a two-time Olympic gold medalist. Off the court, Kareem has been married to his wife, Habiba Abdul-Jabbar, since 1971.
The couple has three children together: Amir, Kareem Jr., and Sultana. Kareem and Habiba met while they were both students at UCLA. They married shortly after graduating, and have been together ever since.
However, they have always stuck by each other and come out stronger for it. Kareem and Habiba are an inspiration to many couples out there. The couple proved that with hard work and dedication, even impossible things can be achieved.
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