Black market diaries: Emails in hoops corruption case detail inner workings of sport's underbelly

Among the federal documents obtained over the basketball corruption investigation is nearly 25 emails between Dawkins and Miller over two months in 2016. They double as a diary of the basketball black market. The emails illustrate how some of the country’s most prestigious programs, including Arizona, Michigan State and Indiana, attempt to get business done. (Yahoo! Sports)

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