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Brett L. Abrams is archivist of electronic records in Washington, DC. He is a cultural and urban historian whose previous books include Capital Sporting Grounds: A History of Stadium and Ballpark Construction in Washington, D.C. (2009). Raphael Mazzone is archivist in Washington, DC, specializing in electronic records and audiovisual material. Mazzone formerly worked at the Associated Press.
I'm a popular culture historian so my interests range from movies and plays to sports. My books focused on transgressive sexuality in Hollywood in the 1920s and 1930s, stadiums and sports in the nation's capital.
I work as an archivist saving electronic records created by the US government.
You'll catch me traveling around the world, seeing everything from the big cities to nature reserves.
It looks like the author copied and pasted the basketball-reference website. The author's name isn't Brewster, cause Brewsters are funky.(word to De La Soul.) Funky as the 90's Bullets/Wizards : C-Webb, Juwan, Ghitza (invisible in this book, incredible for a 7-7 guy), the Sheed/Rod Strickland. Good stuffs I didn't know about the Elvin Hayes, Spencer Haywood, and Wes Unseld.
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