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Hakeem ‘The Dream’ Olaujwon. By: His prodigy… Blaine Moss. Early Life . Hakeem was born in Nigeria on January 21, 1963. Hakeem has 5 siblings. He played soccer for most of his childhood as a goalie. The American ‘Dream’. Hakeem wasn’t highly recruited as a high school athlete.

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Hakeem ‘The Dream’ Olaujwon

By: His prodigy…Blaine Moss

early life
Early Life
  • Hakeem was born in Nigeria on January 21, 1963.
  • Hakeem has 5 siblings.
  • He played soccer for most of his childhood as a goalie.
the american dream
The American ‘Dream’
  • Hakeem wasn’t highly recruited as a high school athlete.
  • He was offered to work out for the coaching staff at the University of Houston in 1980.
  • Olajuwon had almost immediate success by leading the Cougars to consecutive national championship games.
olajuwon to the nba
Olajuwon to the NBA
  • Olajuwon decided to leave college after his junior year because he knew he would be picked first in the NBA.
  • He was drafted by the Houston Rockets in the 1985 NBA Draft.
  • Olajuwon made an immediate impact as a rookie averaging 20 points, 12 rebounds and almost 3 blocks per game.