How Basketball Saved The Affordable Care Act And Won The Two Unlikeliest States For Barack Obama

During a public presentation at Temple University's Paley Library on Feb. 25, The Audacity of Hoop author Alexander Wolff made the case that basketball, and President Obama's deployment of the game, rescued health care reform when it looked to be dead. And he argued that, during the 2008 election, the game played a role in flipping to blue the two reddest states he won on the electoral map. Read more in this account from The Temple News.