Ain't No Tomorrow: Shaq, Kobe and the Near-Collapse of the Los Angeles Lakers

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McGraw Hill Professional, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 240 pages
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"Elizabeth Kaye is a wonderful writer--as a reporter she's like a bulldog . . . [she] discovers and explains the game of basketball in a way that no one ever has."--Sylvester Stallone "An inside look at the near-implosion of a championship team, the 2000-01 Los Angeles Lakers, titans who clashed, grew, gave, and learned to work as one. Like the Lakers, this book is a winner."--Paul Sunderland, commentator for Fox Sports News/NBC

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Ain't no tomorrow: Kobe, Shaq, and the making of a Lakers dynasty

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Journalist Kaye spent the 2000-01 season with the defending NBA champion Los Angeles Lakers during their up-and-down quest for a repeat title. Coach Phil Jackson's teams are noted for running the ... Read full review


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Elizabeth Kaye is an award-winning journalist who has been a contributing editor to Esquire, Rolling Stone, George, and Los Angeles Magazine.

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