A Review Of Sacred Hoops: Spiritual Lessons of a Hardwood Warrior


Let me tell you outright that this book reached out to me more than any other book I’ve ever read. That is a mouthful right there, which is probably why it took me so long (2 weeks +) to write this review. Phil Jackson’s book starts his journey where he recalls how his playing career ended, consequently coaching in the CBA and in Puerto Rico and eventually Assistant coach to the Bulls where he starts his legacy, all the way to after the Michael Jordan led Bulls dominated the 90s leading to his (Jordan’s) first of many retirements.

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Kixology Interviewed on BallEx


Kixology is a local blog featuring kicks of all shapes, sizes, brands, designs and everything in a local setting. So I always wanted to get an insight into the local kicks scene, and how a, uhmm, kicker, thinks. Well, here he is. He’s into his thing, he can write, and he’s local (which incidentally, are the key ingredients to a successful blog btw).

And so without further ado, I bring to you Martin of Kixology.blogspot.com explaining to clueless me as to what the shoe scene is all about:

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Finally Some Tracy (updated)


Finally some McGrady

Tracy, otherwise known as Knee-Mac, has been questioned as of late as per his willingness, no rather, desire to play with any semblance of fire, as manifested in this pitiful attempt at a defensive stance against a driving Jamario Moon (wait till 1:36 to see it).

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