Kyoto Hannaryz's Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, right, drives against Osaka Evessa's Hirohisa Takada during a 2010 pro basketball league match in Amagasaki, Japan. In the 14 years since he was booed, inundated with hate mail and suspended by the NBA for refusing to stand for "The Star Spangled Banner," Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf has moved around a lot to continue his professional basketball career. Abdul-Rauf is currently playing in Ice Cube’s new 3-on-3 league, the BIG3.
Kyoto Hannaryz's Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, right, drives against Osaka Evessa's Hirohisa Takada during a 2010 pro basketball league match in Amagasaki, Japan. In the 14 years since he was booed, inundated with hate mail and suspended by the NBA for refusing to stand for "The Star Spangled Banner," Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf has moved around a lot to continue his professional basketball career. Abdul-Rauf is currently playing in Ice Cube’s new 3-on-3 league, the BIG3. Shizuo Kambayashi AP File
Kyoto Hannaryz's Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf, right, drives against Osaka Evessa's Hirohisa Takada during a 2010 pro basketball league match in Amagasaki, Japan. In the 14 years since he was booed, inundated with hate mail and suspended by the NBA for refusing to stand for "The Star Spangled Banner," Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf has moved around a lot to continue his professional basketball career. Abdul-Rauf is currently playing in Ice Cube’s new 3-on-3 league, the BIG3. Shizuo Kambayashi AP File

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