The Official NBA encyclopedia

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Doubleday, Oct 17, 2000 - Reference - 911 pages
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Accompanied by two exciting audio CDs containing the real-life reactions of some of the greatest sportcasters and commentators as well as personal memories from various players, an ultimate guide traces the trials and tribulations of the NBA and its players, from the early days to the 2000-2001 season, and features sidebars, quotations, anecdotes, photographs, and much more.

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Contents

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About the author (2000)

Jan Hubbard, NBA Vice President, Editorial, joined the NBA in 1993 after a 16-year career as a newspaper writer.  Hubbard covered the NBA for 13 years for Newsday, the Dallas Morning News and Fort Worth Star-Telegram.  He also wrote an NBA column for The Sporting News for 10 years and appeared on the NBA Beat on ESPN during the 1992-93 NBA season.  He has written two books on the NBA Finals:  Six Times as Sweet (the Chicago Bulls' 1998 championship) and One for San Antonio (the Spurs' 1999 championship).  He lives in New Jersey with his wife, Lisa, and children, Joe and Carrie.