In 1993, the world worried that Michael Jordan would leave the game of basketball forever--after 9 years and three back-to-back-to-back NBA titles with The Chicago Bulls. Strike one (pun intended on MJ's one-year attempt at Minor League Baseball)! Five years and three more consecutive championships later, onlookers figured Michael would hang up his Jordans due to age, an historic championship-winning shot made on the road against the Utah Jazz, and management strife on the part of the … more
Phil Jackson has written a very personal account of the 2003-2004 Los Angeles Lakers basketball season. Those who follow the National Basketball Association are well aware of the soap opera season of this talent-laden team and its combative stars. Jackson's account in some ways is a sad statement on the state of professional basketball in the United States and the sad state of professional sports in general. It can also be seen as a comic and tragic clash of overpaid, selfish individuals that resulted … more
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