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March 30, 2022


Don Z. Block

Jack Molinas was a piece of work. He could play--he played fairly well for the Fort Wayne Pistons in the NBA--but he also would gamble, and he was a fixer. He ended up ruining many lives before he was killed. The scandals of the 50s taught Molinas nothing, and as a result, basketball fans never saw the best of Tony Jackson of Jefferson, Connie Hawkins of Boys High, and the one I thought was better than all of them--Roger Brown of Wingate.

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