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Getting to Us by Seth Davis

Getting to Us

Getting to Us by Seth Davis
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Mar 06, 2018 | 304 Pages
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“This series of profiles is a brisk and colorful companion if you want to know how several of the best coaches in college hoops operate. . . . vivid.” –Tom Perotta, Wall Street Journal

“A spirited survey of some of the techniques of winning coaches in building winning teams . . . [Davis] provides plenty of useful information for aspiring coaches and committed fans.” – Kirkus Reviews

“This refreshing look into the complex lives of coaches will appeal to an audience far wider than hardcore sports fans.” – Publishers Weekly
 
Praise for When March Went Mad: The Game that Transformed Basketball
 
“A must-read book for anybody who considers themselves a basketball fan.” —The Washington Post
 
“A vivid portrait of a time when we knew a lot less about the sport and, because of that, loved it in a different way.” —The Wall Street Journal
 
“Excellent” —Detroit Free Press
 
“The sports book of the year.” —Politico
 
Praise for Wooden: A Coach’s Life
 
“Superb . . . [Seth Davis] has written a virtual cutaway view of the history and evolution of basketball in the form of a biography. Davis takes us on bus rides over snow-covered roads to Friday-night high school games, puts us in the frantic and precarious whirl of semi-pro basketball barnstorming in the Midwest and, finally, gives us a courtside seat in the high-stakes pressure cooker of big-time college basketball.” ―Los Angeles Times
 
“A meticulously researched and evenhanded assessment.” ―The New York Times Book Review
 
“Mr. Davis beautifully captures the ties that bound a strong-willed coach and his players. His biography is superb–readable, well-reported and savvy in its understanding of basketball.” ―The Wall Street Journal

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