Very interesting insight on the workings of the professional sports world.
Sorry, but while he seems like a nice guy and is not a bad writer, this book is too narcissistic, needy and, well, too cutey-pie for me.
Again, this is not a surprise for those who've read him, just don't pick up the book expecting anything else.
A bit rough in the polished prose department, but overall it was a rare insight into the life of a basketball gypsy.Published 5 months ago by Lane Cook
If you are a basketball fan you'll like this. If your a Iowa State Cyclone basketball fan you'll Love it. Paul Shirley is witty and funny. excellent book.Published 17 months ago by Dino1410
The problem with this book is that Paul Shirley wrote it. You should never read an AUTOBIOGRAPHY and come away thinking the person is an *** ****.Published 20 months ago by thatsmydog
Paul Shirley may not be the best professional basketball player, but he sure is a unique individual. Read morePublished 21 months ago by Howie Handles
Very interesting insight on the workings of the professional sports world. Paul Shirley is sometimes a bit too whiny, but otherwise extremely witty and funny. a good book.Published on December 27, 2011 by Courbinho
I think the comparisons to Jim Bouton's "Ball Four" are way off the mark. Although we get inside scoop on basketball players' sex, drugs and religion 'n' roll, it's not quite as... Read morePublished on November 23, 2011 by Brian Maitland
I'm sorry for my english, which is not the best, but i'm not from the states.
I like the book very much, because i think paul describes in a funny way, how it is to be a... Read more
I adore Paul Shirley's writing. It's obvious to me that he is smart enough and talented enough to write an informative, fact-driven book based on his life experiences as a... Read morePublished on September 20, 2011 by S. Paul
Relax, acclimate yourself to Shirley's style of writing and perspective and regardless of who you are if you have any interest in basketball or living abroad you'll be glad you... Read morePublished on August 11, 2011 by Bang Potential