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Mother says ex-star Robinson cheated her out of her home

Helen Ford sat last week on the steps of the home in Cambridge in which she raised basketball star Rumeal Robinson. Helen Ford sat last week on the steps of the home in Cambridge in which she raised basketball star Rumeal Robinson. (John Tlumacki/ Globe Staff)
By Brian MacQuarrie
Globe Staff / October 13, 2009

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CAMBRIDGE - Rumeal Robinson scaled the pinnacle of American sports in April 1989, an ice-in-his-veins basketball player from the streets of Cambridge who sank a pair of pressure-packed free throws to vault the University of Michigan to a storybook national championship. (Full article: 1315 words)

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