The Franchise: Building a Winner With the World Champion Detroit Pistons, Basketballs Bad Boys
In January of 1989, Cameron Stauth became a fly on the office wall of Pistons general manager Jack McCloskey. He watched day by day, crisis by crisis, as McCloskey, coach Chuck Daly, and a handful of immensely talented and ambitious basketball players--the Bad Boys of Detroit--won the NBA championship. Illustrated.
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Review: The Franchise: Building a Winner with the World Champion Detroit Pistons, Basketball's Bad BoysUser Review - Oliver L. - Goodreads
There's some great material in The Franchise about how "Trader" Jack McCloskey constructed the powerhouse, no-stars Detroit Pistons teams of the late 80s--material that's no less relevant in an era of ... Read full review
Review: The Franchise: Building a Winner with the World Champion Detroit Pistons, Basketball's Bad BoysUser Review - Jchung7 - Goodreads
One of my favorite books. Jack McClosky and Isiah Thomas's obsession in winning a championship is fascinating and often times even frightening. What a team. Read full review
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