I purchased this book hoping that there would be accurate information about the current iteration of the American Basketball Association. What I received was a very short - too short, in my opinion - overview of an ABA season, an overview absolutely riddled with typographical errors and factual inaccuracies.
As the source material takes place in the 2009-10 season, the text makes references to the Continental Basketball Association as a viable playing alternative. This is not possible, as the CBA shut down in the middle of the 2008-09 season. Reference is also made to 15,000 people attending the ABA's 2008 final game; that crowd occurred in the ABA's final contest in 2005. Guard Kyle Cuffe's name is misspelled "Cuffey" near the end of the book. The coach is said to have driven from his home in "Farockaway." And the ABA never "invented" the long-distance 3-point line; the 3-point shot had been part of three other professional leagues in the 1960's long before the ABA ever formed.
There's also issues regarding punctuation and formatting, all of which detract from the text's message. All this Kindle Single told me was that teams don't show up for games, players hate their coaches, and attendance at ABA games is anemic.