Privileges and immunities for basketball stars and other sports heroes? / Charles J. Ogletree, Jr.
Why baseball was the Black national pastime / Gerald Early
Gladiators, gazelles, and groupies : basketball love and loathing / Julianne Malveaux
Mo' money, mo' problems : keepin' it real in the post-Jordan era / Todd Boyd
The white shadow / Larry Platt
Deconstructing the NBA / Kenneth L. Shropshire
Blue-collar law and basketball / Mark Conrad
African American ownership : Bob Douglas and the Rens / Susan J. Rayl
Incivility and basketball / Earl Smith
Attacking the rim : the cultural politics of dunking / Davis W. Houck
Retelevising a revolution : commercial basketball and a chat with Gil Scott-Heron / James Peterson
Sheroes over the rim : a brave new women's basketball world / Tina Sloan Green and Alpha Alexander
Who's got next? Gender, race, and the mediation of the WNBA / Tara McPherson
View the world from American eyes : ball, Islam, and dissent in post-race America / Sohail Daulatzi
Hoop dreams in Black and white : race and basketball movies / Aaron Baker.
Bringing together journalists, cultural critics and academics, this anthology answers questions on how a "black sport" came to achieve prominence, examining subtle and not-so-subtle racial codes that define how the game is played and perceived. (source: Nielsen Book Data)