Meadowlark Lemon is a powerful force and an exciting, entertaining comedian on the basketball court. He has been with the Harlem Globetrotters for more than four decades as a player and spokesperson.
Meadowlark Lemon is a Basketball Hall of Famer, athlete, entertainer and motivator. You know him as the star of the Harlem Globetrotters, so start whistling Sweet Georgia Brown because this legendary clown prince of basketball is going to score some points for you.
Meadowlark is an outspoken champion role model who has supercharged audiences worldwide with his high energy, warmth, humor and take-control message.
Meadowlark will pass along points on such topics as how to achieve your dreams, why attitude matters more than talent, how to have a 100% positive Mental attitude all the time, tips to maximize motivation, teamwork, consistency and excellence, how to dream big dreams while accomplishing realistic achievable daily goals (the key balance between long-range plans and short term goals); why the most meaningless statistic in life is the half-time score and the secret to life – loving what you do and doing it with all the joy it deserves.
What can you expect a meeting with Meadowlark Lemon to be like? Fun, inspiring and refreshing! He’s passionate, witty, humorous and most of all inspiring. He truly touches hearts. Experience Meadowlark as he weaves theory and story, personal experience and humor, wit and love that both educates and inspires audiences of all ages.
From the inner city playgrounds where youngsters try to duplicate his basketball wizardry to the luxurious cities of the world, Meadowlark Lemon is a household name.
Meadowlark's "no-look, wrap-around pass" for an easy slam dunk, his hook shots from half court, and his ability to turn a hapless referee into a foil for his wit is unsurpassed. In his nationally-syndicated column, Los Angeles Times sports writer, Jim Murray, described Meadowlark Lemon as "...an American Institution whose uniform should hand alongside the Spirit of St. Louis and the Gemini Space Capsule in the halls of the Smithsonian Institute."