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Editor John Schulian discusses the Library of America's new anthology of American football writing through the ages.
Author Roland Lazenby discusses his comprehensive biography of His Airness.
Author and player Peter Alson talks about the game he loves.
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Author Jeff Pearlman looked back at the most memorable team of the '80sthe Kareem, Magic, and Pat Riley-led Lakersand found the lesser-known players had a lot more to share.
Saul Austerlitz's new book analyzes the evolution of the modern sitcom.
Authors Sam Freedman and Rich Cohen discuss two of their favorite topics: Jews and football.
Writer Paul Shirley tells Gelf about the trials and tribulations of being one of top 500 basketball players in the world.
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