The City Game: Basketball from the Garden to the Playgrounds
Pete Axthelm follows the 1969?70 season of the New York Knicks and provides a parallel focus on basketball as it was then played in the black neighborhoods of New York City. Throughout, he writes clearly, intelligently, and passionately about the game, bringing alive the players? efforts, accomplishments, and failures.
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