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Examines the 70-year-old phenomenon of the Japanese-American basketball leagues. Established in the 1930s to overcome racial discrimination and to provide an outlet for boys and girls, there are over 20,000 players today. Also looks at the controversial ethnicity rules that require a minimum number of Japanese-American members on a team.

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