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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
Joseph Santaguida, 81, lawyer and defender of of reputed Philly mob associates, dies from the coronavirus
Readers of Black Brothers, Inc.: The Violent Rise and Fall of Philadelphia’s Black Mafia (Milo 2005/07) are familiar with legendary defense attorney Joseph Santaguida, who
“Black Brothers, Inc.: The Violent Rise and Fall of Philadelphia’s Black Mafia” now available as an audiobook
I have been asked many times the last decade-plus about an audio version of Black Brothers, Inc.: The Violent Rise and Fall of Philadelphia’s Black Mafia.
As I type in late February 2020, this VICE Sports piece featuring former pro gambler Jimmy Battista (of NBA betting scandal infamy) has been viewed 1,592,424 times
Why former nba referee tim donaghy is disreputable In late 2019, I was asked if I “hated” Tim Donaghy following my ongoing criticisms of his media
Sports media is willingly allowing its audiences to be suckered by former NBA referee Tim Donaghy (again) and Philly’s Mike Missanelli is Exhibit A
As someone then deep into the research and writing about the 2003-07 NBA betting scandal, I purchased former NBA referee Tim Donaghy’s book when it
I recently came across this amazing photo (via@ meccapolis IG). Boxing legend Muhammad Ali is flanked (l-r) by Philly Black Mafia legends Shamsud-din Ali and
Anyone who has followed the NBA betting scandal story the last decade, especially those who have paid attention to my work on the subject, knows
Readers of Black Brothers, Inc. The Violent Rise and Fall of Philadelphia’s Black Mafia (Milo, 2005/07) know of the many federal funding efforts of the