The Jordan Rules: The Inside Story of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls
Diversion Books, Jul 26, 2012 - Biography & Autobiography - 300 pages
The New York Times Bestseller, updated With a New Introduction
This is the 20th anniversary of the explosive bestseller that changed the way the world viewed one of the greatest athletes in history, revealing for the first time Michael Jordan's relentless drive to win anything and everything, at any cost. NBA Hall of Fame columnist Sam Smith had unlimited access to the team and its players during their championship 1991-92 season, which he details in the new introduction, along with candid revelations about his sources, and the reaction from Michael, his teammates, the media, and the fans when the book blasted onto the bestseller lists in 1992 (where it stayed for three months). With more than a million copies in print, The Jordan Rules remains the ultimate inside look at one of the most legendary teams in sports history.
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Jordan's name sells the book, but it is not an unauthorized biography on Jordan. Rather it is a reporter's journal on the first the Bull's first championship. Not shocking. Probably too long. Even as a 30 year NBA fan, I still don't think this was a necessary read. Read full review
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New York Newsday An engaging, sometimes cruelly funny behind-the-scenes look at the Bulls' tantrum-and doubt-filled but finally triumphant journey to the NBA title. Chicago Sun-Times The Jordan Rules ... Read full review
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