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December 13, 2021 30 min

Now you are able to get a sense of basketball’s rich, connected history through the Five-Star Basketball Camp. At its peak, it’s where the game’s greatest coaches and players went for over 42 years under Garf’s watch. In this episode, with the help of Coach K, Jay Bilas, Bill Raftery, and our many Five-Star fixtures, host Tate Frazier tells the story behind Garf’s final days, shares some never-before-told reflections from Springfield, and examines the enormous legacy Garf left behind with the people who helped Five-Star earn an exalted place in the pantheon of hoops history.

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