The Bullets, the Wizards, and Washington, DC, Basketball

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Dec 15, Adam J. This is an exceptionally well-researched book. Hours of time obviously went into poring over newspaper records, scouring the internet thank you, basketball reference! What results is an incredibly rich history of pro hoops in D. Abrams and Mazzone also do an excellent job of situating the team's circumstances into the larger narrative of changes transforming professional basketball.

My only complaint is that, at times, larger narratives and play-by-play game descriptions overwhelmed unique player traits. Gus Johnson tore down rims, Gheorge Muresan starred in a horrible Billy Crystal movie called "My Giant," Wes Unseld had an amazing afro, Phil Chenier was a virtual mirror image of Walt Frazier, Chris Webber played on one of the most famous college hoops teams of the '90s, etc.

Some quirky anecdotes might have spiced up the narrative. That, however, is a minor complaint. I really enjoyed this book and would love to see similarly in-depth coverage of other NBA franchises. There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Brett L. Brett L. As a kid I read biographies and histories because I wanted to know what people did.

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Now I write books about what people did, and how the culture they lived in helped or hindered their achievements. American culture's fascination with celebrity and uproar with Southern cultu As a kid I read biographies and histories because I wanted to know what people did. American culture's fascination with celebrity and uproar with Southern culture sparked me to write my latest book called Terry Bradshaw: From Super Bowl Champion to Television Personality. Since I was always interested in transgressive sexuality, my first book looked at these images that came out of the movie industry during the s and s.

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Literary Hill Bookfest added it Mar 03, Sheila Berlinger marked it as to-read Apr 05, Jaelyn Johnson marked it as to-read Jan 07, K marked it as to-read Apr 25, Josh Url added it Aug 31, Valters Bondars marked it as to-read Mar 19, Thibault Lemaitre marked it as to-read Nov 21, Butch Lazorchak marked it as to-read Apr 26, Ben Wolfe II marked it as to-read Jun 15, There are no discussion topics on this book yet. About Brett L. Brett L. As a kid I read biographies and histories because I wanted to know what people did.

Then I peppered my parents with the question, "Why? Now I write books about what people did, and how the culture they lived in helped or hindered their achievements. American culture's fascination with celebrity and uproar with Southern cultu As a kid I read biographies and histories because I wanted to know what people did. American culture's fascination with celebrity and uproar with Southern culture sparked me to write my latest book called Terry Bradshaw: From Super Bowl Champion to Television Personality.

Since I was always interested in transgressive sexuality, my first book looked at these images that came out of the movie industry during the s and s. It's called, Hollywood Bohemians. I enjoy Washington, D. The baseball stadium made me wonder about the city's history of built and proposed stadiums. This work led to a second book, Capital Sporting Grounds. Books by Brett L. Trivia About The Bullets, the No trivia or quizzes yet.



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