Description - Basketball Championships' Most Wanted by David L. Hudson
Two books on hoops weren't enough, so now there's a third: Basketball Championships' Most Wanted, focusing on the best, worst, greatest, and most amusing from basketball's long history of championships in college and the pros - mens' and womens', ABA and CBA, and the Olympics as well! March Madness is one of the most exciting times of year, when anything can happen and Cinderella looks for her prince, sometimes even finding him. And when May and June roll around and the NBA playoffs are in full swing, the intensity ratchets up as the professionals take center stage. Basketball Championships' Most Wanted celebrates both of these and more, with fifty top-ten lists on topics like unlikely heroes and fantastic freshmen in the NCAA tournament, some of the best long-range gunners in play-off history, players who stepped up big-time with a triple-double in important games, the best buzzer-beaters of all time, and even teams that excelled in the regular season but withered in the pressure cooker. The championship hunt is the most thrilling and action-packed time of the year in basketball, and now you can relive all the excitement.
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(203mm x 127mm x 14mm)
Potomac Books Inc
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Author Biography - David L. Hudson
David L. Hudson, Jr., is the author of Basketball's Most Wanted[trademark] II: The Top 10 Book of More Hotshot Hoopsters, Double Dribbles, and Roundball Oddities (Potomac Books, Inc., 2005) and coauthor of Boxing's Most Wanted[trademark]: The Top 10 Book of Champs, Chumps, and Punch-Drunk Palookas (Brassey's, Inc., 2003). An attorney and lifelong basketball fan, he has written articles on basketball for both the Internet and print media and reviews sports books for the Nashville Tennessean. This book is his twelfth. He lives near Nashville.