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One and Fun: A Behind the Scenes Look at John Calipari and the 2010 Kentucky Wildcats Paperback – October 7, 2015
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About the Author
Aaron Torres is a writer who covers college basketball and college football for FoxSports.com. Additionally, he is also the author of the Amazon.com best-seller 'The Unlikeliest Champion: The Incredible Story of the UConn Huskies and their run to the 2011 College Basketball National Championship." In addition to his work with Fox, Aaron has also had his work featured by Sports Illustrated and Slam Online. He has also appeared as a college basketball expert on a handful of nationally syndicated radio shows, and has served as a show writer for Fox Sports Live since 2013.
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The book has so many great inside stories from the star players to the walk-ons at the end of the bench, Coach Cal and plenty others that made up the inner circle of Calipari's first Kentucky team. I really enjoyed the anecdotes from assistant, and ex-NBA player, Rod Strickland about Boogie Cousins and the relationship between John Wall and Eric Bledsoe. The book also does a really good job of hitting on how big of a national phenomenon this team became (which is easy to forget with the 1 and done culture in college hoops these days) and how that happened seemingly overnight.
All in all, I just wanted to say that it was a really enjoyable read that I flew through and just picked up a couple copies for Christmas presents.
Bought two copies, one for me and one for my parents for Christmas.
We were at many of these games, and I loved re-living the moments through your book. I would highly recommend.