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November 29, 2021 37 min

By the dawn of the 1970s, Five-Star was on the rise and ripe with young coaching talent. On this episode, host Tate Frazier dives into the three game-changing player discoveries, including the unparalleled exploits of the camp’s first true phenom Moses Malone, the rare origin story of how Mike really became Air Jordan, and a controversy involving a 5-foot-3 point guard from Baltimore who Garf nicknamed, “The 8th Wonder of the World.” With the help of Five-Star legends who witnessed it first-hand like Hubie Brown, Roy Williams, Muggsy Bogues, Dick Vitale, Dave Odom, Grant Hill, Mike Fratello, and Pete Gillen, we’ll show how these three unique players used Garf’s camp as a launching pad for their historic careers.

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