I was interviewed by M. Haubs for his thorough review of Gaming the Game: The Story Behind the NBA Betting Scandal and The Gambler Who Made It Happen. His blog, The Painted Area, is part of ESPN‘s True Hoop Network.
ESPN.com’s Henry Abbott is among the most knowledgeable when it comes to the NBA betting scandal. His review of Gaming the Game: The Story Behind the NBA Betting Scandal and the Gambler Who Made It Happen is thus far more informed and comprehensive than most.
I was interviewed by Hall of Fame writer Stan Hochman for his Philadelphia Daily News review of Gaming the Game: The Story Behind the NBA Betting Scandal and the Gambler Who Made It Happen. UPDATE: I appeared on a Comcast Sportsnet panel with Hochman, along with legendary sportswriter Dick Jerardi and host Michael Barkann.
Here is a sampling of reviews the book received: “Griffin did extensive research and backs up his claims carefully…If you’re a crime buff, a history lover, or if you just want something fascinating to read, it’s a book you can’t refuse.”Terri Schlichenmeyer, syndicated reviewer and host of www.BookWormSez.com “A gripping story…Griffin richly documents the Black Mafia’s
by Carola Von Hoffmannstahl-Solomonoff, deep qt:dossier 62 February 12, 2007: In 2006 Philadelphia became the top spot for murder among America’s ten largest cities. Victims numbered 406. The majority were inner city residents. Among the dead were drug turf rivals, innocents caught in the crossfire, and witnesses who made the mistake of talking. Witness intimidation