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Loose Balls: Easy Money, Hard Fouls, Cheap Laughs, and True Love in the… (2000)
by Jayson Williams
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This book is just like Jayson Williams. Easily accessible and full of quips and stories. In the book, Williams tells many humorous tales of NBA hi-jinks. However, he contrasts these by telling stories of the racism and prejudice he encountered as a young child in South Carolina. The book thus achieves a good balance between humor and poignancy. I would recommend this to everyone, not just sports fans. ( )
Sex, Booze, Violence, Racism, Easy Money, Hard Fouls & Cheap Laughs in the NBA Autobiography of Jayson Williams, the all-star centre for the New Jersey Nets, one of the best players in the NBA, probably the strongest, and definitely the funniest man in basketball. His irreverent take on life, on and off court, have drawn comparisons with Dennis Rodman but the difference is that Williams is actually very funny.
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Melvil Decimal System (DDC)796.323 — The arts Recreational and performing arts Athletic and outdoor sports and games Ball sports Ball and net sports Basketball
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