This book is another fascinating discussion written by a great writer.
There's a great climax here, too, as we follow Bradley's career to his final game, in many ways the perfect ending to a stellar college career.
I recommend this book to anyone interested in sports, or to anyone longing to read a good book.
I didn't love the writing style, but really enjoyed learning about Bill Bradley. Even as a fan of basketball, I really didn't know anything about him as he was from an era long... Read morePublished 10 days ago by Matthew Ramberg
McPhee has an interesting insight into things we seem to take for granted. Interesting.Published 13 days ago by Schmoo
Buy it, read it, give it as a gift, along with everything else McPhee has ever written! Utterly absorbing. McPhee can make rocks interesting ... Read morePublished 4 months ago by CB
McPhee holds the readers attention as he weaves Bill Bradley's story of how discipline and hard work pay off on the court and in life. Once opened, this book is hard to put down.Published 7 months ago by Peyser
McPhee's work is always precisely written. In this book, we read a story by the author as a young man, and he was good at this when he first started. Read morePublished 7 months ago by paul f stone
This book answers two questions and asks one: 1) how does one play basketball? 2) How does one write about a sport? 3) Why isn't Bill Bradley president? Read morePublished 9 months ago by albert a logan
My Dad recommended this book to me. I'm glad I took his advice. I thoroughly loved McPhee's "A Sense of Where You Are. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Chris
A grandson who would like to become a Bill Bradley type baslet ball player and responded to the idea that what gets you there is work and dedication, not just size nad speed.Published 12 months ago by Jon B Rogers