Found December 17, 2012 on CLNS Radio:
Mark Bodanza, author of the biography of Celtics’ great Jo Jo White, Make It Count: The Life and Times of Basketball Great Jo Jo White, told me about a forgotten champion in the Boston Celtics’ rich, basketball history. From being part of the most important college basketball game of all time, to his dumbfounding absence [...]
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