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In 2007, NBA referee Tim Donaghy was arrested for betting on games he officiated. It was the biggest scandal in American sports history, but it quickly faded from the headlines. Why? Because everyone in this scandal has something to hide. This isn't a story about basketball - it's a story about money, and a conspiracy that spans far beyond one referee. Sports journalist Tim Livingston takes you inside his eight-year odyssey to find the truth at the heart of the scandal. This is Whistleblower.
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4.2 stars from 4,672 ratings
*Literally* filled with lies
I cannot emphasize literally enough. Most of the stories have been debunked (including any mob involvement) and the producers of the podcast knew this and made it anyways. That is lying, not investigative journalism. The people who made this should be ashamed. I feel sorry for everyone who...Read full review »
hyuhyuhyuhyuhyuhyuhyuhhuj via Apple Podcasts · United States of America · 09/22/22
Set apart from other podcasts
Just a pleasure to listen to. The journalism, music, interviews all top notch. Thank you for giving something of such high quality. I love people who do there jobs well, what a great team you guys made!
Dcfalk81 via Apple Podcasts · Canada · 09/15/22
Well written and well researched.
As someone who doesn’t watch or know anything about basketball it speaks volumes that I was hooked on this podcast from start to end. Listened in one sitting. It was good that the podcast looked at things from a systemic angle rather than vilify individuals. I feel bad for the players who were...Read full review »
Karina from tasmania via Apple Podcasts · Australia · 09/12/22
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