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    Best NBA books

    I’m reading Bubbleball. I hadn’t read a sports book in a long time but am enjoying it. What are other good NBA books?


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    Built to Lose by Jake Fisher.
    Basketball (and other things) by Shea Serrano
    SprawlBall by Kirk Goldsberry
    When the Garden was Eden by Harvey Araton


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    Quote Originally Posted by warfelg View Post
    Built to Lose by Jake Fisher.
    Basketball (and other things) by Shea Serrano
    SprawlBall by Kirk Goldsberry
    When the Garden was Eden by Harvey Araton

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    I loved Serrano's book! If you're a movie buff, he had a similar take on films that was equally entertaining. In that same vein, I'm a big fan of Bill Simmons' " Big Book of Basketball." I know he's polarizing, but he can be a damn good, entertaining writer when he wants to be, especially when he's writing about the NBA.

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    Quote Originally Posted by mightybosstone View Post
    I loved Serrano's book! If you're a movie buff, he had a similar take on films that was equally entertaining. In that same vein, I'm a big fan of Bill Simmons' " Big Book of Basketball." I know he's polarizing, but he can be a damn good, entertaining writer when he wants to be, especially when he's writing about the NBA.
    Serranos “Where do you think we are?” And “Conference room in 5” for Scrubs and The Office fans are must reads.


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    the triple post offense book by tex winter

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    Quote Originally Posted by Scoots View Post
    the triple post offense book by tex winter
    The real mastermind behind the triangle.

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    Quote Originally Posted by NBA all the way View Post
    The real mastermind behind the triangle.
    And it's still the place where a lot of the modern motion offenses came from.

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