Translated, jai alai means “merry festival”. It’s a game over a century old, originally from Spain and France and popular in Cuba. In the 70s and 80s, it made a splash in the United States as the sport took America by storm. Since then, the festival has dwindled away – until now. The resurgence of its popularity is centered around…
NBC 6 sports anchor Jorge Andres takes us inside the courts to see how a sport that was wildly popular in the 70s and 80s is making its return.