Mar 14, 2008




ESPN's 'Black Magic' is a two-part, four-hour documentary that will chronicle the story of basketball's "painful journey from segregation to integration and pays homage to the unsung black college basketball players and coaches who helped force change -- on and off the court."

Produced by Earl "The Pearl" Monroe, the film airs at 9 p.m. EST this Sunday and Monday. Part One of the film airs after ESPNU’s "Bracketology" program, which analyzes the 64 teams selected to NCAA’s men’s basketball tourney. Part Two will be shown following ESPN’s live coverage of the NCAA Women’s basketball tournament selection. To read more about the documentary click here.(Source)

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