Bob Cousy And Bill Russell, Grandmother Marathoner, Rugby RefereePlay
Bob Cousy and Bill Russell won six NBA championships together on the Boston Celtics. This week on Only A Game, Cousy says he regrets not doing more for his teammate off the court. Plus, kid reporters interview a 73-year-old marathoner. And how rugby refereeing transformed one athlete's Olympic dream. Join us!
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This program aired on December 8, 2018.