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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Bad Girls

Normally the names Candace Parker or Plenette Pierson would only ring a bell, but after yesterday’s free for all at the WNBA, I am just as familiar with their names now as with Rick Mahorn, Lisa Leslie and Bill Laimbeer.

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What do I think of Flopping? Let Red Auerbach's 30 Yr Old Video Explain.

Here’s a gem from the brilliant guys at Ball Don’t Lie, a video circa ’70s summarizing what Boston Celtics Legend Red Auerbach thinks about flopping – which he quaintly calls ‘falling down’, but is 100% the same.

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