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“An exhaustively researched book threatening to overturn some comfortable assumptions about the NBA’s referee scandal…[Gaming the Game] delivers the intrigue you’d expect from a true crime thriller” ESPN.com’s True Hoop
Anyone who has read any of my books on Philadelphia’s Black Mafia knows the name Jim Nicholson. James D. Nicholson’s crucial roles investigating and exposing
David Purdum interviewed me for his ESPN.com Chalk article regarding the prospects of legalized sports gambling in Pennsylvania – “$12 billion in handle? Why Pennsylvania
By Adrian Wojnarowski and Zach Lowe In another example of how dramatically the NBA is embracing the gambling industry, the Dallas Mavericks are hiring former professional sports
Readers of the 2007 version of Black Brothers, Inc.: The Violent Rise and Fall of Philadelphia’s Black Mafia (Milo Books) see this commentary in the
The first time I caught the trailer for the new Matthew McConaughey movie “Gold” it was wildly obvious to me it was based – however loosely –
The former NBA Commissioner is featured in an interview by Nathan Rush for Athlon Sports (published 12/20/16). I am primarily interested in this exchange (emphases mine): How
Anyone familiar with the story of Philadelphia’s Black Mafia knows the name Sam Christian. Christian died this week, and with the always invaluable assistance of