The Book of Basketball
By Bill Simmons & Malcolm Gladwell
- Release Date: 2009-10-27
- Genre: Basketball
The Book of Basketball Bill Simmons & Malcolm Gladwell Book Review Score: ★★★★★ 5/5 stars
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He talked about everything in depth every list ever best book I've ever read!
The content of this text is very engaging and relevant. The research found in this text should also be considered for being a foundation piece of this text. The chapter-to-chapter organization of this text can be rearranged to provide the reader with clarity.
I'll be waiting for the 2020 updated edition when that time arrives.
By I like to alley pop
This book will blow you mind if you pay attention. Bill Simmons has a wonderful basketball mind and deserves to be a gm. All you teenagers with big basketball dreams should read this book and know it by heart. There's only one thing I disagree with and that's the praise of bill Walton. Yes he was a great player but if you can't even stay heathy for 2 years you shouldn't be in the hall of fame.
By Adam's Iphone 3
Must read for any NBA die hard fan. Simmons goes in to deep detail and is hilarious in his writing. It feels like he is talking to you not just telling his story. Only negative could really be considered a positive as well, he goes into almost too much detail!! But fantastic read!
Bill Simmons delivers...
By Andre Free-Thousand
In a very consistent way. Funny, socially/culturally aware, and intelligent (with pride)...
I already have this
I want a copy cuz I already have this book in real life
Simmons at his finest! Amazing read!
Not bad but not great
I like Simmons a lot but this book gets a little tiring and repetitive after a while. It is probably about 200 pages too long. Still a lot of really funny and insightful stuff there. Just wishing he had a better editor or that he listened to his editor.
Although Bill comes off as a homer for Boston, he provides compelling analysis and statistics to possibly sway your opinion.
A must read for any basketball fanatic. Intelligent, insightful, and funny at times. It's worth the money as the print version is $18.00, I definitely recommend this to any hoops lover.