The Sixth Man A Season Inside the NBA Playground In this astonishingly intimate portrait of the NBA season ESPN The Magazine s Chris Palmer steps inside the closely guarded inner circles of five NBA stars to reveal the soul of the modern a

  • Title: The Sixth Man: A Season Inside the NBA Playground
  • Author: ChrisPalmer
  • ISBN: 9781933060088
  • Page: 374
  • Format: Hardcover
  • In this astonishingly intimate portrait of the 20042005 NBA season, ESPN The Magazine s Chris Palmer steps inside the closely guarded inner circles of five NBA stars to reveal the soul of the modern athlete Like a teammate without a jersey, he sets off on the ultimate road trip, exploring the spoils of wealth and fame with flashy champion Rip Hamilton of the Detroit PistoIn this astonishingly intimate portrait of the 20042005 NBA season, ESPN The Magazine s Chris Palmer steps inside the closely guarded inner circles of five NBA stars to reveal the soul of the modern athlete Like a teammate without a jersey, he sets off on the ultimate road trip, exploring the spoils of wealth and fame with flashy champion Rip Hamilton of the Detroit Pistons, uncrowned superstar Tracy McGrady of the Houston Rockets, starryeyed rookie Luol Deng of the Chicago Bulls, charismatic utility man Damon Jones of the Miami Heat, and straight laced veteran Elton Brand of the Los Angeles Clippers By examining their lives on and off the court, Palmer reveals not only the private sides of the gods of the game Shaq, LeBron, Kobe but also the joys and fears, triumphs and failures inherent to anyone with the talent to play in The League Filled with uncommon insight and light hearted humor, The Sixth Man is a groundbreaking work of sports journalism, heralding the arrival of a sharp new writing talent.

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    2 thoughts on “The Sixth Man: A Season Inside the NBA Playground

    1. This book is about him writing the book. Terrible waste of time. I paid $1 at the dollar store for it and I feel like it should have been cheaper.

    2. This isn't really a book about the NBA as much as it's a book about Chris Palmer telling you how cool he is that he gets to hang out with NBA players.

    3. In this astonishingly intimate portrait of the 2004–2005 NBA season, ESPN The Magazine’s Chris Palmer steps inside the closely guarded inner circles of five NBA stars to reveal the soul of the modern athlete. Like a teammate without a jersey, he sets off on the ultimate road trip, exploring the spoils of wealth and fame with flashy champion Rip Hamilton of the Detroit Pistons, uncrowned superstar Tracy McGrady of the Houston Rockets, starryeyed rookie Luol Deng of the Chicago Bulls, charisma [...]

    4. Palmer comes across as a decent writer and reporter, but someone with absolutely no idea how to put a book together. For all the access his five subjects allegedly granted him, he barely comes away with enough material for a long magazine article, and so has to pad it out to book length with a bunch of self-indulgent rambling that makes him sound like a posing adolescent. For a much meatier trip through similar material, check out Larry Platt's Keepin' It Real. Avoid this book unless you have li [...]

    5. Damon Jones is a pitbull in a basketball player and he got punked by my man Paul Pierce during the 2005 all star weekend in a pool tournament in Denver hosted by Carmelo Anthony.

    6. it is a good book to read it is based on basketball i think that its a book for who ever like basketball what i learned is how the nba players do there job

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