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  • Maverick More Than a Game
  • Phil Jackson
  • English
  • 13 September 2018
  • 9780743444118

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review Maverick More Than a Game ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Who knows success at the game's highest levels to bring new insight to the challenge of coaching and to honor the innate grace of basketball and its players Jackson and Rosen take you from the cracked blacktop courts of the inner city to the polished hardwood of the country's finest arenas exposing the demanding reality of professional basketball a world of glamour glitter and greed in which nobility can still be found in the single minded pursuit of a. As a Lakers fan I found the book very interesting as it describes the journey towards the first championship won by Sha and Kobe To A Strange Somewhere Fled players Jackson and Rosen take you from the cracked blacktop courts of the inner city to the Gods and Warriors polished hardwood of the country's finest arenas exposing the demanding reality of Bibliotheken Führen Und Entwickeln professional basketball a world of glamour glitter and greed in which nobility can still be found in the single minded Erzulie's Skirt pursuit of a. As a Lakers fan I found the book very interesting as it describes the journey towards the first championship won by Sha and Kobe

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review Maverick More Than a Game ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub Thletic perfection From his playing days in college and with the world champion Knicks of the 1970's to his victories courtside with the Bulls and the Lakers Jackson relates his philosophy of coaching fondly talks about the memorable players and plays of the past and candidly expresses his feelings about today's rules and referees Simply a must for any fan this book reveals the very heart of the sport reminding us that basketball is much than just a gam. Give and go between Jackson and his old warhorse buddy I read this while fighting off a light cold and it was perfect for that so the rating is admittedly skewed Atwood s Payback is a better written book but for its purpose this was alrightI am not a former Bulls fan or current Lakers fan and I think Jackson is lucky as he is talented and maybe even so I like them giving props to Tex Winter and loved the idea that Winter still hoards bread from Jackson s four star meals There was a little talk of some of the famous assignments that Jackson would give his players watching American History Xinteresting choice to say the leastMostly Jackson reveals less over what else would a Zen master do He does briefly cover his marriage collapsing and his isolation in hooray for Hollywood land This just goes up through the first Lakers championship so there s not dating of the boss daughter or other People magazine bits There s some Krause stuff that might whet that appetiteI think I enjoyed the older anecdotes the most especially life in the CBA As for Rosen well he gets half the book so that s than generous of Phil and I got off on the wrong foot with Rosen as he talks about his dirty play throwing elbows and such Oddly I never thought I could feel sorry for Craig Kilborn till Rosenkidding kind of But Rosen also mentioned the idea of working past the grind of the game and rising above the competition to appreciate the art of basketball which I can completely relate to Something about a 1 inch vertical keeps an aging player groundedAt the end there are some diagrams for the triangle s variations I ve never thought that much about it but anything that forces multiple simultaneous motion into an office is welcome to me I do agree that the NBA lives way too much off iso and two man games so it was nice to hear these guys chat about thatAnyways thanks Dad for sharing this book with me and so for sharing your love of hoops too The Epilogue The Selection #31 perfection From his Children of Wrath playing days in college and with the world champion Knicks of the 1970's to his victories courtside with the Bulls and the Lakers Jackson relates his Lukes Cut Hells Eight #8 philosophy of coaching fondly talks about the memorable The Liberation of Sita players and The Adventures of Tom SawyerAdventures of Huckleberry FinnThe Prince and the Pauper plays of the Le Dernier des Justes past and candidly expresses his feelings about today's rules and referees Simply a must for any fan this book reveals the very heart of the sport reminding us that basketball is much than just a gam. Give and go between Jackson and his old warhorse buddy I read this while fighting off a light cold and it was Midnight is a Place perfect for that so the rating is admittedly skewed Atwood s Payback is a better written book but for its A Day For A Day purpose this was alrightI am not a former Bulls fan or current Lakers fan and I think Jackson is lucky as he is talented and maybe even so I like them giving Court of Lions props to Tex Winter and loved the idea that Winter still hoards bread from Jackson s four star meals There was a little talk of some of the famous assignments that Jackson would give his I Cant Make You Love Me but I Can Make You Leave players watching American History Xinteresting choice to say the leastMostly Jackson reveals less over what else would a Zen master do He does briefly cover his marriage collapsing and his isolation in hooray for Hollywood land This just goes up through the first Lakers championship so there s not dating of the boss daughter or other People magazine bits There s some Krause stuff that might whet that appetiteI think I enjoyed the older anecdotes the most especially life in the CBA As for Rosen well he gets half the book so that s than generous of Phil and I got off on the wrong foot with Rosen as he talks about his dirty Vingespenn play throwing elbows and such Oddly I never thought I could feel sorry for Craig Kilborn till Rosenkidding kind of But Rosen also mentioned the idea of working We Love Glenda So Much and A Change of Light past the grind of the game and rising above the competition to appreciate the art of basketball which I can completely relate to Something about a 1 inch vertical keeps an aging Wenn Kinder trotzen player groundedAt the end there are some diagrams for the triangle s variations I ve never thought that much about it but anything that forces multiple simultaneous motion into an office is welcome to me I do agree that the NBA lives way too much off iso and two man games so it was nice to hear these guys chat about thatAnyways thanks Dad for sharing this book with me and so for sharing your love of hoops too

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review Maverick More Than a Game ☆ E-book, or Kindle E-pub AS THE GAME REVEALS THE PLAYER SO DOES THIS BOOK REVEAL THE COACH Phil Jackson is the most celebrated coach in basketball today earning that respect by guiding his teams in Chicago and Los Angeles to an astounding eight NBA championships The key to his success he thinks is his ability to understand the complexities of the players as well as the intricacies of the game With this memorable book Phil joins his friend Charley Rosen a former player and coach. I breezed through this short book and enjoyed much of the book This is written before the start of the 2000 20001 series after the Lakers had one the previous season title I really enjoy learning about Phil Jackson and his approach to basketball and life I will pick up of his biographiesThe book changed my impression of Charley Rosen and I enjoyed his writing and humor However his parts seemed mismatched to Phil s at the end This is my main reason for not giving this stars