Former Georgetown F Michael "The Enforcer" Graham Wins $1 Million In Lottery | Robert Littal Presents BlackSportsOnline

Former Georgetown F Michael “The Enforcer” Graham Wins $1 Million In Lottery

by Glenn Erby | Posted on Friday, April 5th, 2013
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Back in 1984 Michael Graham went by the name “The Enforcer” as his physical prowess helped Georgetown win the NCAA Championship by defeating Houston’s “Phi Slamma Jamma”.

Graham only played one season at Georgetown, and is best known for throwing a punch during a Big East Tournament game against Syracuse.

Today Graham who never enjoyed pro basketball success and works in retail management, just got a little more comfortable in life after winning $1 million in the Powerball in the D.C. Lottery.

According to the Washington Post Graham hasn’t had a good nights sleep since winning the prize, and at his press conference, he resisted even talking about basketball.

Graham bought his ticket at a Shell station on South Dakota Avenue, NE, just off New York Avenue.

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