Playing for Keeps: Michael Jordan and the World He Made
Broadway Books, 2000 - Broj stranica: 432
NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER - From a Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist comes "the best Jordan book so far" (The Washington Post), the story of Michael Jordan's legendary years with the Chicago Bulls, capped by the 1998 NBA Finals and the team's second three-peat.
From The Breaks of the Game to Summer of '49, David Halberstam has brought the perspective of a great historian, the insider knowledge of a dogged sportswriter, and the love of a fan to bear on some of the most mythic players and teams in the annals of American sports. With Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls he has given himself the greatest challenge and produced his greatest triumph.
In Playing for Keeps, Halberstam takes the first full measure of Michael Jordan's epic career, one of the great American stories of our time. A narrative of astonishing power and human drama, brimming with revealing anecdotes and penetrating insights, the book chronicles the forces in Jordan's life that have shaped him in to history's greatest basketball player and the larger forces that have converged to make him the most famous living human being in the world.
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LibraryThing ReviewIzvješće korisnika/ca - rosalita - LibraryThing
I reserved this at the library back in April when ESPN started airing “The Last Dance” (along with everyone else in Iowa, apparently) and finally got it last week. It was startling to realize how much ... Pročitajte cijelu recenziju
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"The great strength of Michael Jordan, thought B.J. Armstrong as he watched that game, was that he had the most acute sense of the tempo and mood of every game of any player he had ever seen. A lot of ... Pročitajte cijelu recenziju
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