From Hang Time to Prime Time: The Rise of the Modern NBA

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In the 1950's and 60's the NBA could hardly be considered a professional sports league. Players held second jobs, played in small arenas, and no team existed west of Saint Louis. Today it's an 8.3 billion dollar entertainment and cultural icon. Pete Croatto, author of From Hang Time to Prime Timeexplains how that happened. 

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