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  • The University of Kentucky Basketball Encyclopediaby Tom Wallace; Kyle Macy

    Sports Publishing 2012; US$ 24.99

    The Kentucky Wildcats are the winningest program ever in the history of college basketball, and The University of Kentucky Basketball Encyclopedia is the most comprehensive book ever assembled on the history of the team. Written in a unique, easy-to-read style that brings to life the exploits of Wildcat teams and players, the book includes details... more...

  • Jameer: The Story of Jameer Nelson and How He Came to Be a Phenomenon on the Basketball Court and in Lifeby Floyd "Pete" Nelson

    Sports Publishing 2004; US$ 19.99

    Jameer is an inspiring biography of Jameer Nelson, who excelled in sports from an early age and decided to focus on basketball in high school and later completed his college career playing the sport. He is respected and admired throughout the nation for completing college before starting in the NBA, as well as for being a genuine, respectful person... more...

  • Jeremy Linby Bill Gutman

    Sports Publishing 2012; US$ 14.95

    Who would have thought that an Asian American who majored in economics at Harvard would become the NBA’s most talked about star? While the story seems more like Hollywood fantasy, it has really happened. Undrafted out of college and waived in short order by the Golden State Warriors and Houston Rockets, Jeremy Lin was signed by the underachieving... more...

  • Expatriate Gamesby David Fromm

    Skyhorse Publishing 2013; US$ 14.95

    When Dave Fromm graduated from college with good grades and high LSAT scores, he planned to apply to law school. But he actually wasn’t that sure he wanted to go, at least not right away. A few years earlier, he’d been to Prague for a weekend, and played a game of pickup basketball there. And he was a decent basketball player, though not good enough... more...

  • Tales from the Indiana Hoosiers Locker Roomby John Laskowski; Stan Sutton

    Sports Publishing 2011; US$ 19.99

    Tales From the Indiana Hoosier Locker Room covers over a century of Indiana University basketball. Current and former Hoosiers talk of the excitement, the disappointment, and the celebration that has turned IU basketball into a statewide religion. The history of the Indiana program is revealed through the memories of the school’s hundreds of... more...

  • Tales from the Indiana High School Basketball Locker Roomby Jeff Washburn; Ben Smith

    Sports Publishing 2013; US$ 19.99

    It is often said that while Dr. James Naismith invented basketball in Massachusetts, the sport was raised and ultimately came of age in the high schools of Indiana, the state where politics, religion, and sweet corn fall in line behind the game played with the round orange ball. Tales from Indiana High School Basketball , now newly revised, centers... more...

  • Heaven Is a Playgroundby Rick Telander

    Sports Publishing 2013; US$ 19.99

    Heaven Is a Playground was the first book on the uniquely American phenomenon of urban basketball. Rick Telander, a photojournalist and former high school basketball player, spent part of the summer of 1973 and all of the summer of 1974 in Brooklyn living the playground life with his subjects at Foster Park in Flatbush. He slept on the floor of... more...

  • Tales from the Syracuse Orange's Locker Roomby Bud Poliquin; Leo Rautins

    Sports Publishing 2014; US$ 19.99

    Orange is a state of mind for fans of Syracuse University basketball. Think Orange and images of greatness appear, from Vic Hanson in the Roaring ’20s through Carmelo Anthony in the 21st century. Think Orange and the sounds of glory are heard, from old Archbold Gym to the gleaming Carrier Dome. Think Orange and the memories of 1,607 victories are... more...

  • The Divine Nature of Basketballby Ed Breslin; Rick Telander

    Sports Publishing 2014; US$ 24.99

    The Divine Nature of Basketball: My Season Inside the Ivy League describes a season spent as a virtual coach in the Ivy League. Shadowing head coach of Yale men’s basketball James Jones and bird-dogging his team from first practice to final game, Ed Breslin fulfills every college basketball fan’s fantasy of being an NCAA Division I coach. It’s... more...

  • The Last Amateursby John Feinstein

    Little, Brown and Company 2008; US$ 20.00

    Like millions who love college basketball, John Feinstein was first drawn to the game because of its intensity, speed and intelligence. Like many others, he felt that the vast sums of money involved in NCAA basketball had turned the sport into a division of the NBA, rather than the beloved amateur sport it once was. He went in search of college basketball... more...