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    Morgan Wootten: Godfather of Basketball

    The remarkable story of Morgan Wootten, the first high school coach in the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame.

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    Uploaded Feb 1, 2017

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    Morgan Wootten: Godfather of Basketball

    Directed by Bill Hayes 2017 74 min

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    Uploaded Feb 1, 2017

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    Morgan Wootten: Godfather of Basketball

    Morgan Wootten has been called the greatest basketball coach ever. In this wide-ranging documentary, top coaches, players, and sports journalists - Coach K, Roy Williams, Mike Brey, James Brown, John Feinstein, and others - tell the story of DeMatha High School and its legendary coach who shaped the game of basketball and changed lives along the way.

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