It's the most popular sport you've never heard of — and now it's nearly over. For 20 years, from the late '60s to the late '80s, jai alai surged in popularity alongside gambling, but a strike and loosened regulations caused the sport to decline. Tevin, a pro player for 26 years, is trying to do the impossible — bring fans back to his dying sport.

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