To the Hoop: The Seasons of a Basketball Life
One of America's most acclaimed sportswriters tells the story of his life as a pickup basketball player. In To the Hoop, a coming of middle-age story, Berkow describes how he has resolved to elevate his game to a higher level and stave off the ravages of time. Speaking to men of all generations, Berkow shows through his own example that all of us can spire to fulfill our own personal hoop dream.
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TO THE HOOP: The Seasons of a Basketball LifeUser Review - Jane Doe - Kirkus
Using as a backdrop his lifelong devotion to playing basketball, Berkow, a respected New York Times sportswriter, shares his perspectives on life, death, sickness, health, and, of course, the quest ... Read full review
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