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Wednesday, March 19, 2008

"Black Magic": Must-See TV

ESPN's four hour program "Black Magic" is truly must-see TV. It interweaves the story of the development of the basketball programs at historically black colleges with the Civil Rights' movement's struggles against racism and segregation. NBA stars Earl Monroe, Willis Reed, Bob Love, Bob Dandridge and Dick Barnett all played at historically black colleges and they each tell their stories in this show. If you missed the broadcast on Sunday and Monday night then you definitely should try to see it when it is shown on ESPN2 next week. Meanwhile, here is an article that I wrote about the program:

"Black Magic": Must-See TV

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posted by David Friedman @ 1:03 AM

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At Wednesday, March 19, 2008 3:39:00 PM, Blogger madnice said...

Unbelievable....and for ESPN to have Pearl as the nine best shooting guard ever behind AI, Miller, Drexler, and Pistol is an absolute disgrace.

 

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