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Glory and Heartbreak: The History of…

Glory and Heartbreak: The History of Intercollegiate Men's Basketball in…

by Bernie Schneider

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The first history of the subject, encyclopedic in its scope, this 2015 book gives the dramatic stories of the Bay Area's national basketball champions and the area's other great teams. Players from Luisetti to Russell and Jones to Kidd and Nash, coaches from Needles to Newell and Woolpert to Montgomery--they are all there in the context of their teams. Schneider knows more about this subject than does anybody else in America, and he conveys his research with verve and gusto. This book will be indispensable for sports historians.
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