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"A fascinating and funny book, a fly-on-the-wall account of what life is really like in the NBA." -- Steve Rushin, Sports Illustrated
"A must-read for NBA fans. . . . The most detailed view yet of what really transpires to make, or break, an NBA team." -- San Antonio Express-News
"A fascinating fly-on-the-wall look at how coach Mike D'Antoni and his staff led an injury-plagued team to the Western Conference Finals." -- Sports Illustrated
"A great read for Suns and NBA fans, and great insight into life beyond the locker room door." -- Scottsdale Tribune
"This is one of the best NBA books I've read, and I am pretty sure I have read them all." -- Detroit News
"A glimpse into NBA life that should be cherished by hoops fans for years to come." -- Toronto Star
"A Hall of Fame Book by a Hall of Fame writer." -- Mike Breen, ABC/ESPN broadcaster
"McCallum writes about basketball the way only a few have ever played it: With a grace and insight that changes the way you look at the game." -- Steve Rushin, Sports Illustrated
"McCallum delivers again!" -- Bill Simmons, The Sports Guy, espn.com --This text refers to an alternate Paperback edition.
Jack Mccallum has been at Sports Illustrated since 1981 and the chief NBA writer since 1985. His work has appeared in the Best American Sports Writing Anthology, and in 2004 he won the Basketball Hall of Fame's Curt Gowdy Media Award for outstanding writing. He is the author of Unfinished Business: On and Off the Court with the 1990-91 Boston Celtics and coauthor of Foul Lines: A Pro Basketball Novel. He lives in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
This book almost made me feel bad that the Spurs got in the way of one of the best basketball squads put together.
Great NBA book. Even if you're not a fan of the Steve Nash Phoenix Suns or Mike D'Antoni's coaching (guilty as charged on the 2nd), this book gives you a good sense of what... Read morePublished 13 months ago by Rich Sama San Chan Senpai Kun Sensei
This book is an exciting read about a great athlete - Steve Nash, the best shooter in the history of the NBA. Do the math.Published 17 months ago by Darryl Purpose
An oldie but goodie. McCallum goes down in my book as one of the great sports writers of all time.Published 19 months ago by Betsy F. Wolf
I loved that this book didn't follow a dynasty or even a championship team; these Suns were hobbled by injury and
ego and didn't even make the NBA Finals, which makes the read... Read more