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While reading this book, I wished I was from a different era of basketball. I now need to read everything I can get my hands on about Red. I am truly inspired.Published 17 months ago by Greg Schneider
I love the Celtics and Red Auerbach and this is a great insight into the ideas and strategies that led the Celtics to be the greatest team in the NBA.Published 19 months ago by Kate Anderson
I first came across this book in a used book store. As a basketball junkie I bought it immediately and really enjoyed it. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Prison Guy
Great stories, great book. I shared this with a coworker a he really enjoyed it as well. Very well written.Published 20 months ago by John A. Miles
Loved it! The reader can hear Red's voice and almost smell the cigar as the stories get told. With bits of his coaching philosophy intertwined, it is a book of basketball history... Read morePublished on November 29, 2013 by William D Wolfe
I prefer his 'dedicated to one story' books more. But this is typical high quality JF. He's probably the best sports writer of this decade, and maybe the last too.Published on November 18, 2013 by WI woodworker
Red Auerbach is a consummate storyteller. By making this book a long series of stories, John Feinstein gives readers a glimpse into the mind of this remarkable basketball mind. Read morePublished on October 10, 2013 by Amazon Customer