Bol Bol, the late Manute Bol’s large pre-adult son, is soundly embarrassing his opponents, but regardless of whether or not that impresses you, this block on poor No. 54 should. Bol Bol didn’t just steal the ball. He took that poor kid’s soul with it.
Reader Max sent along this video because he'd never seen it before, never even heard of one of the weirdest NBA happenings of all time, and he thought more people should see it. I support that sentiment entirely: everyone should watch highlights of the night 22 years ago when 7-foot-7 Manute Bol decided he only wanted…
When basketball legend Manute Bol passed away in 2010, he left behind 10 children. Bol Bol, one of his sons, is in seventh grade and already 6'5". And yes, he plays basketball. In the above video from a recent camp in Indianapolis, the gangly Bol resembles a middle-school version of his father. Considering Manute…
Manute Bol died today at 47. In 2006, Rick Chandler caught up with him as he worked to bring relief to his native Sudan. "How can I stay in America and live a good life," Bol asked, "when my people are suffering?"
From complications of a skin disease he contracted in Sudan. Don't let me ruin your LeBron James Appreciation Day, but for a good cry read this.
Former NBA giant Manute Bol in serious condition in a Virginia hospital, suffering from kidney failure and something called Stevens–Johnson syndrome. All this because he spent the last several months building schools in Sudan.
We're not going to harp on this, and we're not going to try to steal their luster, so we're just gonna beg you to sprint over to Wizznutzz and check out what is truly "the greatest piece of sports memorabilia of all time.
Remember earlier this month, when we spotlighted former NBAer Manute Bol and his heroic efforts to shed light on the horrors currently going on in Darfur? Well, we still think his cause is noble, but some new news has us less convinced about him.
We tend to be pretty jokey around here (so that you don't have to), but every once and a while an athlete will pop up and exhibit enough true character and bravery out in the real world to kind of mess with our equilibrium. Manute Bol is such a guy. Perhaps most famous for being the only NBA player who could peer into…