Life on the Run

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Bantam Books, May 1, 1987 - Biography & Autobiography - 256 pages
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Almost two decades after its original publication and more than 15 years after its author retired from the New York Knicks to become a U.S. Senator, Bradley's account of 20 days in a pro basketball season remains a classic in sports literature. Readers are taken from the teamwork of a winning game to the loneliness of a hotel room in a strange city. With a new introduction by the author.

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User Review  - Andrew - Goodreads

What does it really feel like when one is a professional basketball player? What happens to the body? How are the long hours and days on the road spent? How do players treat each other? What motivates ... Read full review

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Intelligence articulated by a true student-athlete. Read full review


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About the author (1987)

Bill Bradley has been a three-time basketball All-American at Princeton, an Olympic gold medalist, a Rhodes scholar, and a professional player for ten years with the New York Knicks. Elected to the Senate from New Jersey in 1978, 1984, and 1990, he has authored extensive legislation, including the Tax Reform Act of 1986. Bradley is the author of five other books: "Time Present, Time Past," a "New York Times "bestseller about his life as a senator and his travels throughout the country; "Values of the Game," another "New York Times "bestseller; "The Journey from Here"; "The Fair Tax"; and "Life on the Run," Bill Bradley is married and has one daughter; he is currently a managing director at Allen & Company LLC in New York.

"From the Hardcover edition.

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