FILE - In this March 19, 1966, file photo, Texas Western basketball coach Don Haskins, second from left, and players celebrate after winning the NCAA basketball championship in College Park, Md. Fifty years ago, Texas Western started five blacks–Willie Worsley, Orsten Artis , Bobby Joe Hill, David "Big Daddy" Lattin and Harry Flournoy–against Kentucky in the NCAA championship game. Today, after reading historical recaps and watching movies, people tend to think it was an immediate watershed moment in sports and civil rights. It wasn't.
FILE - In this March 19, 1966, file photo, Texas Western basketball coach Don Haskins, second from left, and players celebrate after winning the NCAA basketball championship in College Park, Md. Fifty years ago, Texas Western started five blacks–Willie Worsley, Orsten Artis , Bobby Joe Hill, David "Big Daddy" Lattin and Harry Flournoy–against Kentucky in the NCAA championship game. Today, after reading historical recaps and watching movies, people tend to think it was an immediate watershed moment in sports and civil rights. It wasn't. AP AP
FILE - In this March 19, 1966, file photo, Texas Western basketball coach Don Haskins, second from left, and players celebrate after winning the NCAA basketball championship in College Park, Md. Fifty years ago, Texas Western started five blacks–Willie Worsley, Orsten Artis , Bobby Joe Hill, David "Big Daddy" Lattin and Harry Flournoy–against Kentucky in the NCAA championship game. Today, after reading historical recaps and watching movies, people tend to think it was an immediate watershed moment in sports and civil rights. It wasn't. AP AP

ESPN to show Kentucky-Texas Western championship game

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