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With unerring insight into the deeper truths of professional sports, John Feinstein explores in riveting detail what happened one night in December 1977 when, as a fistfight broke out on the court between the Houston Rockets and the Los Angeles Lakers, Kermit Washington delivered a punch that nearly killed All-Star Rudy Tomjanovich. The punch-now legendary in the annals of American sports-radically changed the trajectory of both mens lives and reverberates throughout the National Basketball Association to this day. Feinsteins compelling investigation of this single cataclysmic incident and its aftermath casts a light on the NBAs darkest secrets, revealing the true price men pay when they choose a career in sports.