FOUL PLAY (Part Three): Second Chances

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Tiny is released from prison, and starts a new life in a new state with a new team. But off-the-court drama soon has him back in trouble with the law.

Pinder may have narrowly avoided going to jail for raping a 17-year-old girl, but it would not last for long.

By 1993, he is convicted of raping another 16-year-old girl and a 23-year-old woman. But his crime spree did not stop there, nor did his basketball career.

Part three of Foul Play: The Tiny Pinder Story delves into Pinder’s legal battles, how his old teammates reacted when they found out about his crimes, and how he managed to stay on the court.

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Bob Williams, the first ever owner of the Wildcats club also makes a shocking revelation about how he was first informed of Pinder’s misconduct, before another case ever came to court.

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