Even NBA study might confirm racial bias in officiating
Originally Published: May 14, 2007By Lester Munson | Special to ESPN.com
The Wharton School professor whose study started a controversy about possible racial bias in foul calls in the NBA has now seen the NBA's own data about its officiating, and is more convinced than ever that he's right."Their own study agrees with our conclusion: A referee is more likely to blow the whistle and call a foul against a player of another race," Justin Wolfers said after he reviewed the information in work done by an NBA contractor. The league initially had refused ...
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