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Among the best books ever written on professional basketball The Philadelphia InuirerDavid Halberstam best selling author of. The late great David Halberstam followed the Trail Blazers during the 1979 1980 season two years after their acclaimed victory over th More Where The Ghosts Are the best books ever written on professional basketball The Philadelphia InuirerDavid Halberstam best selling author of. The late great David Halberstam followed That Darkness (Gardiner and Renner, the Trail Blazers during Quran Made Easy the 1979 1980 season Dare Me two years after Kitty and the Midnight Hour (Kitty Norville their acclaimed victory over Little Reds Riding Hood th

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THE FIFTIES and THE BEST AND THE BRIGHTEST turns his keen reporter's eye on the sport of basketball the players and the coach. I told my dad I was reading this book because its reputation precedes it as one of the best sports books ever written His matter of fa


10 thoughts on “The Breaks of the Game

  1. says:

    The late great David Halberstam followed the Trail Blazers during the 1979 1980 season two years after their acclaimed victory over the Sixers The Breaks of The Game the book that resulted remains one of the best sports books I have ever read

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    The Cuckoo Man was Jack Nicholson the movie star a devoted follower of Laker basketball who had a seat right next to the Laker bench In the championship season when Portland had played Los Angeles Nicholas had thus sat only

  3. says:

    Wow This is a phenomenal book Halberstam gets into the nuts and bolts of not just basketball but people society economics and capitalism Halberstam is A a flat out great writer B a compassionate progressive soul C smart as heck D an amazingly astute observer of life and peopleWriting about the Portland Trailblazers circa 1980 he delves int

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    I told my dad I was reading this book because its reputation precedes it as one of the best sports books ever written His matter of fact answer well that's because Halberstam is one of the best writers ever 362 pages later I can't help but agree He may not be a hoity toity modernist prose stylist like those names often thrown around

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    I bought this book because I read somewhere that it was one of the greatest sports books ever written Halberstam is a good writer and a master of the vignette He does a great job of giving a sense of his subjects in just a few pages Still I'm not that interested in Bill Walton who figures large and I wasn't familiar with a number of the play

  6. says:

    This book is a masterpiece It's the best sports litsports history book I've ever read So much was changing in the NBA in 1

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    Along with the focus on the Portland Trailblazers as a team Kermit Washington Bill Walton Jack Ramsey are the featured characters during the 1979 1980 season The Blazers were the NBA Champions just two years prior Then they had a disappointing season in 1978 1979 losing in the first round of the playoffs to the Phoenix Suns Bill Walton sat out the entire year due to a contract dispute As you may have guessed by

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    Fascinating book It's a conversational history of the NBA until 1981 told through the lense of the 1979 80 season of the Portland Trailblazers As the team's season touches on various characters and issues Halberstam pause

  9. says:

    Truly a fantastic fascinating book As a life long Blazer fan I started the book with the hopes of understanding the roots of my hometown team What I found was an in depth examination of the NBA in a period of evolution and stunted growth with the '79 '80 Blazers as a vehicle to move the narrative forward Halbe

  10. says:

    GO TRAIL BLAZERSWe’re all becoming Trail Blazers fans next season We’re all going to watch the games and then find some random book to talk about it onHell I watch the WNBA the I realize its where it’s at K? When you get down to it basketball like politics is all about aesthetics Great book It was perfect for me The Blazers are so good they have the best sports book written about them This is less a story and a hundred stories Port

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