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  • After he fled with his family as a child several years back due to civil war in the land of his birth, present-day #SouthSudan, Luol Deng fled to Egypt, Britain and eventually to the United States where his journey to become a famous National Basketball Association (NBA) star began.

Deng is a two-time NBA All-Star who joined the Chicago Bulls in 2004. He played his last game, for the Minnesota Timberwolves, in 2018.

In his recent visit to South Sudan, Deng visited the Manute Bol Court, a facility built in the capital Juba in 2015. The @LuolDeng Foundation opened the Manute Bol Court in memory of Manute Bol.

Bol, a #SouthSudanese who played in the NBA league, died in 2010.

Deng spent a couple of days at the court, coaching boys and encouraging them to play basketball, despite the challenges. “Next year, we want to do more. I think we need to grow and not just by how many kids we are taking in to Manute Foundation, but also how the programme can get bigger and see how we can expand,” Deng told reporters who gathered at Manute Bol Court last week. READMORE: http://ow.ly/M1pR50vD0Zx @NBA After he fled with his family as a child several years back due to civil war in the land of his birth, present-day #southsudan, Luol Deng fled to Egypt, Britain and eventually to the United States where his journey to become a famous National Basketball Association (NBA) star began. Deng is a two-time NBA All-Star who joined the Chicago Bulls in 2004. He played his last game, for the Minnesota Timberwolves, in 2018. In his recent visit to South Sudan, Deng visited the Manute Bol Court, a facility built in the capital Juba in 2015. The @luoldeng Foundation opened the Manute Bol Court in memory of Manute Bol. Bol, a #southsudanese who played in the NBA league, died in 2010. Deng spent a couple of days at the court, coaching boys and encouraging them to play basketball, despite the challenges. “Next year, we want to do more. I think we need to grow and not just by how many kids we are taking in to Manute Foundation, but also how the programme can get bigger and see how we can expand,” Deng told reporters who gathered at Manute Bol Court last week. READMORE: http://ow.ly/M1pR50vD0Zx @nba
  • After he fled with his family as a child several years back due to civil war in the land of his birth, present-day #southsudan, Luol Deng fled to Egypt, Britain and eventually to the United States where his journey to become a famous National Basketball Association (NBA) star began. Deng is a two-time NBA All-Star who joined the Chicago Bulls in 2004. He played his last game, for the Minnesota Timberwolves, in 2018. In his recent visit to South Sudan, Deng visited the Manute Bol Court, a facility built in the capital Juba in 2015. The @luoldeng Foundation opened the Manute Bol Court in memory of Manute Bol. Bol, a #southsudanese who played in the NBA league, died in 2010. Deng spent a couple of days at the court, coaching boys and encouraging them to play basketball, despite the challenges. “Next year, we want to do more. I think we need to grow and not just by how many kids we are taking in to Manute Foundation, but also how the programme can get bigger and see how we can expand,” Deng told reporters who gathered at Manute Bol Court last week. READMORE: http://ow.ly/M1pR50vD0Zx @nba
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