Throughout Black History Month, NBA TV and NBA.com highlight Barrier Breakers -- important figures in African-American basketball history.
Barrier Breakers: Adonal Foyle
Violet Palmer was the first woman to officiate an NBA game.
The former NBA big man is empowering the youth of his native home of St. Vincent and the Grenadines.
Barrier Breakers: Brad Daugherty
The former Cavaliers big man has a passion for NASCAR that runs deep.
Barrier Breakers: John Amaechi
John Amaechi's path from England to his coming out as a gay man is an inspiration.
Barrier Breakers: Al Attles
Al Attles' contributions as a player, coach and executive made a huge impact on the Warriors.
Barrier Breakers: Ken Hudson
Barrier Breakers talks to Ken Hudson about being one of the NBA's earliest African-American game officials.
Barrier Breakers: Peter Bynoe and Bertram Lee
Barrier Breakers talks about Peter Bynoe and Bertram Lee, the first African-Americans to hold a majority stake in a U.S. pro sports franchise.
Barrier Breakers: The impact of Bill Russell
GameTime looks into one of the NBA's greatest champions and highlights Bill Russell's pioneering impact on the game.
Barrier Breakers: Earl Lloyd
| Roundtable on Earl Lloyd
Earl Lloyd talks about being the first African-American to play in the NBA.
Barrier Breakers: Alvin Attles
Barrier Breakers celebrates Alvin Attles, coach of the Warriors for 13 seasons.
Barrier Breakers: Legends roundtable
The crew digs deep into the TNT vault for an interview between John Thompson, Oscar Robertson, Bill Russell and Wayne Embry from 12 years ago.
Barrier Breakers: Red Auerbach
Barrier Breakers recognizes Red Auerbach as one of the first coaches to put five African American players in an NBA game.
Barrier Breakers: Lenny Wilkens
Hall of Famer Lenny Wilkens sits down with Vince Cellini to talk about the challenges he faced growing up and during his NBA career. | Story
Barrier Breakers: Robertson and Russell
John Thompson sits down with Oscar Robertson and Bill Russell to talk about the challenges they faced as they entered professional basketball.
Barrier Breakers: Laurel Richie
WNBA President, Laurel Richie, talks about being the first African-American to head a national sports league.
Barrier Breakers: Violet Palmer
Violet Palmer served as a referee in the NBA and WNBA,and was the first woman to officiate a NBA game. | Story
Barrier Breakers: Don Barksdale
GameTime talks about Don Barksdale, the first African-American selected to the NBA All-Star Game in 1953.
Barrier Breaker: Wilt Chamberlain makes history
GameTime takes a look back at Wilt's 100 point game.