Telander: Amid violence, a hope basketball leads to better things
A SEASON UNDER THE GUN, PART 4: Life for Orr’s kids is part-Kafkaesque absurdity, part, ‘‘The Hurt Locker’’ foreboding. So basketball is a protector.By Rick Telander
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