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Basketball's battle for racial equality


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. (The Undefeated)

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