2009 - Scooter Christensen sets 2 Guinness World Records for ball spinning at NBA All-Star Weekend.
- Hallie Bryant becomes 28th person to receive team's "Legends" award
- Players wear special No. 44 jersey to honor 44th U.S. president, Barack Obama, on inauguration day
- Scooter Christensen sets 2 Guinness World Records for ball spinning at NBA All-Star Weekend
- Globetrotters participate in NBA celebrity all-star game
- Sports Illustrated chronicles Globetrotters’ return as pop culture icons in a 7-page feature entitled "Still Crazy After All These Years".
- Flight Time Lang helps residence of Fargo, North Dakota, fill sandbags during battle with flood waters
- 2009 "Spinning The Globe" World Tour sets franchise record in gross tour revenue and entertains over 2M fans in 209 cities
- Players entertain displaced residence of L’Aquila, Italy, after 6.3 magnitude earthquake decimates the city
- Authentic Spalding Harlem Globetrotters ball is 1st to launch on board space shuttle Atlantis to the Hubble Space Telescope
- Special K Daley, Scooter Christensen, Flight Time Lang and Ant Atkinson appear on ABC primetime reality show "The Bachelorette"
- Taylor Griffin, brother of NBA #1 overall pick Blake Griffin, is selected with the top pick in the Globetrotters' player draft
- Globetrotters featured in the new book, "The 100 Sporting Events You Must See Live: An Insider's Guide to Creating the Sports Experience of a Lifetime."
- 1st game-branded mobile game app, “Spin That Ball!” developed for Apple’s iPhone and iPod Touch
- Globetrotters pay tribute to the men and women of America’s armed forces by unveiling a special camouflage Spalding basketball during holiday military tour, a ball that goes on to be used in every game on the North American tour
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