Basketball's battle for racial equality
Tue Oct 9, 2018
Dr. James Naismith’s final student before he retired from the University of Kansas was John McLendon, the pioneer of fast-break basketball, the full-court press, and the four corners offense. Yet McLendon never received the credit he deserved because the majority of his work was accomplished at historically black colleges and universities when basketball was still segregated.
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