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2011 ELITE SHOWCASE BASKETBALL CLASSIC AT THE VERIZON CENTER Boid Buie survived a nearly fatal car accident when he was 13 years old near Pine Bluff, Arkansas. His brother Vannoy and mother Romaggie worked with him round the clock for over a year as Boid re learned how to maintain his balance and learn how to perform the day to day activities like tying his shoes and chores around the farm. Prior to his accident Boid was not a stellar athlete. But, as he got his life back, Boid had an intense focus on his goals. He developed a personal philosophy "The most important thing to me is to try to find things you can do and do them well and things you find you can't do, you don't fool with them."Boid's relentless pursuit of honing his basketball skills drove him to stardom at the high school, college and professional level. With Boid as the leading scorer, and most fundamentally sound player, St. Peters High School was transformed from a perennial loser to the championship game in his senior year. In the same role at Tennessee A (now Tennessee State University) during World War II from 1943 46 Boid led the Tigers from a mediocre team to the Negro National champions in 1946 defeating Langston University who had been undefeated in 3 years.Boid was offered a contract to play for the most famous and profitable professional basketball sports franchise in the world on the 1940s, the Harlem Globetrotters, during his senior year in high school. Jones' demand for academic achievement for Boid to neglect attaining his college degree. He completed his bachelor's degree in Health and Physical Education with a minor in Science in three (3) by going year round while working as a barber.After graduation in 1946 he signed with the Globetrotters. During the bulk of his 9 year career with the 'trotters Boid was a starter averaging 14 points per game. He was one of the most accurate jump shooters on the squad with stars Marques Haynes, Goose Tatum, Pops Gates and Sweetwater Clifton. His scoring acumen and ball handling skills earned him the nick name "One Armed Wonder and One Armed Firecracker".During Boid's career the Globetrotters beat the champion Minneapolis Lakers from the fledgling NBA two out of three games over the course of two seasons. They toured the post World War II globe travelling to 61 countries as ambassadors of basketball and America.As the NBA began to integrate with former Harlem Globetrotters and Negro College stars, Boid embarked on an entrepreneurial path. He started his own team the Harlem Stars in the second half of the 1950s. With its headquarters in Compton, California his Harlem Stars traversed the world through the 1970s. His teams were known for crisp passing, trick shots, clowning, laughter, but more importantly winning.Boid was named to the Tennessee State University Hall of Fame in 1983 and the Harlem Globetrotters in 1996.In 1985, Ms. Appling began her Real Estate career at Planning Research Corporation located in McClean, Virginia. Appling earned her real estate license and became a Top Producer in Sales for Realty World located in Northern, California. In 1998 she relocated to Sacramento and began working for Lyon Realtors and earned Top Producer and Masters Club status. In 2002 IMs. Appling placed her real estate license with Keller Williams Realty and earned the title of the Number One Agent in Sacramento County. In 2004 Ms. Appling became Sales Manager of Apple One Realty Mortgage located in Northern and Southern California. Apple One Realty was Ranked 12 out of 100 Real Estate firms in Sacramento County.