Basketball All-Stars: The NBA's Best

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The Rosen Publishing Group, 2003 - Sports & Recreation - 96 pages
Here's the inside scoop on twenty-two of the best players in the NBA--divided into two teams from the Eastern and Western Conferences. In their own words, you'll hear how great players like Allen Iverson, Kobe Gryant, and Vince Carter reached All-Star status and learn what it takes for them to stay at the top of their game.
 

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Contents

INTRODUCTION
5
STARTING LINEUP
31
STARTING LINEUP
52
STARS OF THE FUTURE
76
TRIBUTE
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Alan Paul is a senior writer for Slam and Guitar World magazines. While living in Beijing, China, he wrote The Expat Life column for WSJ.com from 2005-2009, for which he was named the 2008 Columnist of the Year by The National Society of Newspaper Columnists. He has written several books including Big in China: My Unlikely Adventures Raising a Family, Playing the Blues and Becoming a Star in Beijing and One Way Out: The Inside History of the Allman Brothers Band.

Jon Kramer is an adventurer first, and also a geologist, writer, climber and surfer (but not necessarily in that order, depending on the surf). He received his Bachelor of Science degree in geology at the University of Maryland and has pursued life as an adventuring paleontologist ever since. His interests are quite varied and include all things natural. In addition to popular travel and adventure writing, Jon has published scientific papers on critters as ancient as 2 billion-year-old bacteria and as young as 12,000-year-old mammoths. Jon travels extensively with his wife Julie, sometimes settling down for a rest in Minnesota, Florida, California and interesting points in between.

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