Like many other kids that grow up idolizing their older siblings, Bulldog Mack grew up looking up to his big brother Chris. He followed him around everywhere, including the gym where he practiced basketball sparking a love for the game in Mack as a young boy.
Like his brother, who also played for the Harlem Globetrotters, Mack follows into his footsteps now as a member of the world's most iconic team.
Mack’s brother (Chris Richardson) passed away tragically during Bulldog’s junior year of high school. “He was my driving force so losing him in such an important year was extremely difficult,” he says.
Now that he’s a member of the Harlem Globetrotters, he says “It means the world to me knowing the history of the team and having my brother be a former player. It makes it even more of an honor to wear this uniform.”
As a teen, he attended Madison Academy in Huntsville, Ala., where he averaged 14 points and four rebounds per game his senior year. He helped lead the Mustangs to the Alabama High School Athletic Association (AHSAA) Class 3A State Championship and was named Northwest Regional MVP and second-team all-state.
His freshman year at Freed-Harderman University, he averaged 10.2 points per game, 4.5 rebounds. He played in 22 games, averaged 20 minutes per game and shot 52.7 percent from the field and also led the team in dunks.
Mack earned a degree in criminal justice from Freed-Hardeman University.
People would be surprised to know that he used to breakdance growing up and is a great dancer. He enjoys food and watching shows like “Diners, Dive-ins and Dives” on the Food Network. If he had his own signature dish, it would be honey glazed pork chops