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Lars Anderson; Chad Millman. Pickup Artists: Street Basketball in America. Verso. 1998. 203pp.

Harvey Araton. Crashing the Borders: How Basketball Won the World and Lost Its Soul at Home. Simon and Schuster. 2005. 207pp.

Jeff Benedict. Out of Bounds: Inside the NBA's Culture of Rape, Violence, and Crime. HarperCollins. 2004. 254pp.

Wayne Embry; with Mary Schmitt Boyer. The Inside Game: Race, Power, and Politics in the NBA. University of Akron Press. 2004. 450pp.

Pamela Grundy; Susan Shackelford. Shattering the Glass: The Remarkable History of Women's Basketball. UNC Press. 2007. 320pp.

Bob Kuska. Hot Potato: How Washington and New York Gave Birth to Black Basketball and Changed America's Game Forever. University of Virginia Press. 2004. 208pp.

Jeffrey Lane. Under the Boards: The Cultural Revolution in Basketball. University of Nebraska Press. 2007. 256pp.

Thomas McLaughlin. Give and Go: Basketball as a Cultural Practice. SUNY Press. 2008. 250pp.

Robert W. Peterson. Cages to Jump Shots: Pro Basketball's Early Years. University of Nebraska Press. 2002. 226pp.

Terry Pluto. Falling from Grace: Can Pro Basketball be Saved?. Simon & Schuster. 1995. 319pp.

Terry Pluto. Tall Tales: The Glory Years of the NBA. University of Nebraska Press. 2000. 413pp.

Charley Rosen. Scandals of '51: How the Gamblers Almost Killed College Basketball. Seven Stories Press. 1999. 272pp.

Ron Thomas. They Cleared the Lane: The NBA's Black Pioneers. University of Nebraska Press. 2002. 276pp.

Dan Wetzel; Don Yaeger. Sole Influence: Basketball, Corporate Greed, and the Corruption of America's Youth. Warner Books. 2000. 352pp.

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