Sports and hip-hop share deep bonds
The free throw clanked off the front of the rim. The ball was tipped into the air when three big men converged. It was quickly scooped up by Cameron Giles, a sophomore guard for Manhattan Center.
Giles had 4.2 seconds to race 80 feet down the Madison Square Garden floor and tie the 1992 New York Public School Athletic League Class A championship game. He crossed over, instinctively splitting two defenders near the foul line. He hesitated, jetted past another defender at ...
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