|Born||July 6, 1988|
|Height||6 ft 4 in (1.93 m)|
|Weight||236 lb (107 kg)|
|Draft||28th overall, 2010
|Chicago Sky (2010)
Tulsa Shock (2011)
Alon Abisola Arisicate Ajoke Olajuwon, better known as Abi Olajuwon (born July 6, 1988) is an American female basketball player.
High school and college
Born in Houston, Texas, Olajuwon played varsity basketball for her Californian high school, Marlborough School, and helped her team win three consecutive Southern Section titles. Olajuwon was a 2006 McDonald's All-American, and was one of the most prized recruits of the 2006 graduating high school class. She played college basketball at the University of Oklahoma, and ESPN basketball analyst Nancy Lieberman stated before the 2006–07 season that the addition of Olajuwon would help propel the Sooners into contention for the NCAA championship.
In 2012 she signed with Ourinhos Basquete in Brazil.
- Former Olympic sprint star Marion Jones cut by WNBA’s Tulsa Shock
- Michael Kinney, A name to remember: Abi Olajuwon, December 6, 2006
- Tony Sellars, Olajuwon wants to make her own name, scout.com, February 9, 2006
- Terps top preseason Top 25, espn.com, accessed January 30, 2007
- Fiica unei legende a NBA a ajuns la Satu Mare! (Romanian), prosport.ro, accessed March 1, 2011
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