Bolt drafted by Harlem Globetrotters
Continuing to seek out the world's most superb athletes, the Harlem Globetrotters have drafted Jamaican sprint superstar Usain Bolt, the current holder of the 100 and 200 meter world records, who will be vying for multiple gold medals in the upcoming Olympic Games in London.
Bolt is a three-time Olympic gold medallist, winning the 100 and 200 meter titles in Beijing, along with the 4x100 meter relay title with his Jamaican team.
He is also a five-time gold medallist at the world track and field championships.
His raw leaping ability has caught the eyes of the Globetrotters, and the team’s interest has been piqued after seeing online videos of the 25 year old dunking.
Also drafted alongside are Bolt are James Justice of Martin Methodist College who won the 2012 College Slam Dunk Championship, Bryan Narcisse, a 6-6 forward from Clemson University who reached the semifinals of the College Slam Dunk Championship, Stefan Bonneau, a 5-10 scoring and dunking stalwart who was named the Eastern College Athletic Conference Player of The Year, and Chicago native Iesha Davis, the older sister of Kentucky’s Anthony Davis, the projected #1 overall pick in the upcoming NBA Draft.