Friday, July 13, 2007

Summer Reading: New Golden Age of Basketball Books?

With summer upon us, we here at The Painted Area thought it might be a good time to cobble together a reading list of basketball books.

In doing so, what struck us more than anything is that it seems like we might be in the middle of a Golden Age of basketball books - we came up with no less than 26 hoop books which have been published since 2004 alone that we've either read or are interested in reading.

It remains to be seen if there are enough truly memorable books to make this period as fertile as, say, 1972-76, when enduring classics such as David Wolf's Foul!: The Connie Hawkins Story, Bill Bradley's Life on the Run, Rick Telander's Heaven Is A Playground and Phil Jackson's Maverick (a must read to get a more unvarnished, acid-tinged perspective on the Zenmaster before he was a superstar coach) were all published, plus autobiographies from Rick Barry (Confessions of a Basketball Gypsy) and Wilt Chamberlain (Wilt: Just Like Any Other 7-Foot Black Millionaire Who Lives Next Door). But all I know is that my reading list keeps growing much faster than my slivers of personal reading time allow.

Without further ado, here are our 26 Intriguing Hoop Books published since 2004:
PACIFIC LOVE
Seven Seconds Or Less, Jack McCallum (2006)
This one's received plenty of (largely positive) publicity, and was thoroughly covered on True Hoop, so you probably already know that longtime SI NBA writer McCallum followed the Phoenix Suns around for the 2005-06 season, and that this book is every bit as much worth reading as the one produced from the last time he followed a team around for year: Unfinished Business, which chronicled the Boston Celtics near the end of the Bird era in 1990-91.
Simon & Schuster: Excerpt
True Hoop: Seven Seconds or Less in About 20 Minutes

The Show, Roland Lazenby (2005)
A definitive oral history of the Los Angeles Lakers by a prolific author of quality basketball books. True Hoop ran a compilation of short excerpts and also another juicy bit delving into the origins of why Phil Jackson and Jerry West don't get along.
LakerNoise: Excerpt

Red Hot and Rollin', edited by Matt Love (2007)
Blazermania, baby. As the subtitle says, it's a retrospective of the Portland Trail Blazers 1976-77 NBA Championship Season, an anthology which seems by all accounts to capture the magic countercultural symbiotic relationship between team and fans which swept through the state of Oregon in 1977.
ESPN.com: Blaze of Glory (with links to excerpts)
Powells.com: Guest blogger Matt Love

The Last Season, Phil Jackson (2004)
[Note: I mistakenly forgot to include this one when I originally posted.]

Sure, the quality of the writing is closer to Dennis Rodman than Ernest Hemingway, but the candor that Phil displayed was truly staggering. I'm still somewhat shocked that he is back coaching - and coaching Kobe no less - after The Last Season. I was certain he was retired for good after seemingly shattering the sanctity of player-coach confidentiality.
SI.com: Extended excerpt

PISTOL PETE
Pistol: The Life of Pete Maravich, Mark Kriegel (2007)
Maravich, Wayne Federman and Marshall Terrill (2006)
Dueling Pistol Pete bios which came out within months of one another. Kriegel wrote a highly regarded bio of Joe Namath a couple years ago, and he's apparently working his way through iconoclastic athletes of the late '60s/early '70s, as he's now tackled Pistol Pete.

Federman is actually a comedian by day (I respect him greatly for having credits on both Larry Sanders and Curb Your Enthusiasm) who apparently started working with Terrill in 2000 on their tome, which was done in concert with Pistol's widow, Jackie, who provided lots of access.

As Bill Simmons noted in ESPN Magazine, the books are fairly complementary and each has something to offer:
    Pistol had an impact on me. And that's what the two Maravich books are about -- not his legacy as much as his impact. Kriegel delivers a lyrical look at Pistol's life that is well-written and weighty. It's a little full of itself, but big-picture biographies work only when they're written that way. I really liked it. The Federman/Terrill effort isn't crafted as well, but it examines Maravich's life more comprehensively (better research, better detail, tons of pictures). I liked it, too.

    It comes down to what you're looking for in a Maravich book. For instance, I couldn't wait to relive Pistol's stint with the Celtics, which Kriegel glossed over and Federman/Terrill recounted in more detail. Any Maravich junkie should read both, but the casual fan curious about Pistol's mystique might be better off with the Kriegel book.
True Hoop liked the Kriegel effort better than the Federman/Terrill book, and one thing I'm wondering is which one was Steve Nash reading on the Suns' team plane?
True Hoop: Mark Kriegel on Pistol

WILT AND RUSS
Wilt: Larger Than Life, Robert Cherry (2004)
Wilt, 1962, Gary Pomerantz (2005)
Two Wilt Chamberlain books, both very well-reviewed, yet it seems like the Pomerantz book (which is centered around the night Wilt scored 100) got all the hype while the Cherry book (a fuller biography) gets slept on a bit.
Hoops Hype: Wilt: Larger Than Life excerpt
Hoops Hype: Wilt, 1962 excerpt

The Rivalry, John Taylor (2005)
Out of the books on this list that I have yet to read, this is probably no. 1 in my queue. It's the story of the Chamberlain-Russell rivalry, while also more widely depicting that era of the NBA, in the context of the civil rights era.
NPR: Excerpt

CELTIC LEGENDS
Cousy, Bill Reynolds (2005)
A thorough bio of one of the NBA's first superstars by this Providence Journal columnist who is also known for writing Fall River Dreams.
Simon & Schuster: Excerpt

Let Me Tell You A Story, John Feinstein and Red Auerbach (2004)
I have to admit that I'm not a big Feinstein guy, but this makes the list because it's just about as bankable a basketball topic as you can ask for: sit around with Red, listen to his endless trove of stories, and relay them to the world.

As far as Feinstein, I mean, I respect Season on the Brink and all (as well as the underrated A Season Inside), but I think his work has gotten a bit tired as he's continued to pump books out, and he was never the greatest writer to begin with.

When I was researching whether his 2006 book The Last Dance: Behind the Scenes at the Final Four was worth reading, I seemed to find several reviews with this sentiment, so I passed.
NPR: Excerpt

MJ
When Nothing Else Matters, Michael Leahy (2004)
Michael Leahy was essentially the Michael Jordan beat reporter for the Washington Post when MJ was a Wizards player. I have not yet read this book, but judging by the exceptional, thorough pieces from Leahy which periodically ran in the Washington Post Magazine while Mike was in D.C., I'm hoping that I'll find this worthy of being the third installment of the essential Jordan trilogy, along with The Jordan Rules (Sam Smith, 1991) and Playing for Keeps (David Halberstam, 1999).

I respect Leahy for risking the wrath of MJ by portraying him fully as a human being, flaws and all (as distant and aloof from his Wiz teammates as Barry Bonds is from his, really). Sam Smith's the only other writer I've seen who wasn't afraid to do that (even the Halberstam book, for all its rich detail, was an exercise in hagiography).
Simon & Schuster: Excerpt

Tip-Off: How The 1984 Draft Changed Basketball Forever, Filip Bondy (2007)
This is about Mssrs. Olajuwon, Barkley, Stockton, Perkins, and - of course - Bowie in addition to MJ, but hey, Mike's on the cover and he was the primary agent in changing basketball forever, so I threw it in this subsection.
NY Daily News: Excerpt

THE JOURNEYMEN
Can I Keep My Jersey, Paul Shirley (2007)
Everybody's favorite 12th man chronicles 11 Teams, 5 Countries, And 4 Years In His Life As A Basketball Vagabond.
NPR: Excerpt

Man In The Middle, John Amaechi (2007)
This Brit of course made waves by becoming the first NBA player to publicly come out as a gay man. Beyond all of the hullabaloo, I'd always found Amaechi to be a thoughtful cat during his playing days, so I'd have been interested in his take on life in the NBA even without the headline-making stuff.
ESPN The Magazine: Excerpt
Slate: Review by Kevin Arnovitz

THE GLOBETROTTERS
Spinning The Globe, Ben Green (2005)
Cue up "Sweet Georgia Brown" and dig into this exhaustive history of the Harlem Globetrotters.
HarperCollins: Excerpt

Tricksters In The Madhouse: Lakers vs. Globetrotters, 1948, John Christgau (2004)
The tale of a fascinating, forgotten game prior to the integration of the NBA, when the Harlem Globetrotters were more than just clown princes of basketball - they were elite players. In Feb., 1948, they matched up against George Mikan's (all-white) Minneapolis Lakers for a thriller at the old Chicago Stadium (aka "The Madhouse on Madison"). I won't tell you who won.
Univ. of Nebraska Press: About/Excerpt

YAO MING MANIA
Yao: My Life in Two Worlds, Yao Ming and Ric Bucher (2004)
A more interesting read than the standard jock autobio. It feels like Bucher (whose reportorial skills are underutilized in ESPN Mag, imho) did a nice job of mining material from the big man. I was surprised at how open Yao was in places, such as when he expresses a modicum of disdain for the demands and expectations from so-called "ABCs" (i.e. American-born Chinese); Yao imparts that he's the product of a different cultural experience.
NBA.com: Excerpt

Operation Yao Ming, Brook Larmer (2005)
The chronicle of the making of Yao Ming -- all the way back to what the author claims was some genetically motivated matchmaking by the Chinese authorities....
TIMEasia: Excerpt

CAROLINA V. DUKE
To Hate Like This Is To Be Happy Forever, Will Blythe (2006)
Any book with cover art depicting Coach K as a rat has gotta be good, doesn't it? The life and times of an inveterate Tar Heel and his hatred of all things Dook.
Inside Carolina: Five excerpts

Blue Blood, Art Chansky (2005)
A more straightforward depiction of the greatest rivalry in American sports. Chansky is a Tar Heel, so I guess as an offering of equal time to Dukies, here's an abundance of heartwarming Coach K books to serve as palliatives if necessary.
SI.com: Excerpt

NYC-AREA HIGH SCHOOL 2003-04
The Miracle of St. Anthony, Adrian Wojnarowski (2005)
The standout Yahoo! columnist spent a season with legendary coach Bob Hurley's high school team in Jersey City.
Penguin Group: Excerpt

The Jump, Ian O'Connor (2005)
I was reluctant to add this to the list, and I still don't know if I'll ever be able to read it, just because I sort of recoil at the overrated Sebastian Telfair - the most overhyped player in a generation (I mean, the guy was the third-best player in the U.S. at his *position* (Paul, Livingston) as a H.S. senior, yet he was treated like another LeBron).

But the plaudits were too strong for this chronicle of Telfair's senior season - as he became tangled in the pressures and business of making the high-school-to-pros jump - so I had to relent and show respect for O'Connor's work.
Inside Hoops: Excerpt

MORE
Eagle Blue, Michael D'Orso (2006)
We could probably do another post on how many compelling high-school hoop books have come out in the last 15-or-so years, but we'll spare you. This is the story of a team from a village in Arctic Alaska.
Bloomsbury: Excerpt

Runnin' Rebel, Jerry Tarkanian and Dan Wetzel (2005)
You know, I'm probably going to go to hell for choosing this over one of the endless array of John Wooden books that is sure to make me a better person, but man, tales from Tark the Shark sure sounds like more fun, doesn't it? And I enjoy the work of Sole Influence author Wetzel, including his piece last year reminding us that a lot of the moralizing from Wooden is a bit rich considering he bought his players just like every other major-college team does....

The Inside Game: Race, Power and Politics in the NBA, Wayne Embry with Mary Schmitt Boyer (2004)
Under-the-radar and quite candid account of life in the front office from the well-respected Embry, the first African-American to become an NBA GM, who most recently held down the fort in Toronto while the Raps were transitioning from Rob Babcock to Bryan Colangelo. Made headlines for Embry's assertion that Don Nelson told him blacks were "not qualified" to be NBA head coaches.
Hoops Hype: Excerpt

UPCOMING
Whew. OK, after that roll call of 26, I'd like to add three more upcoming basketball books that intrigue me.

Mr. Basketball: George Mikan, the Minneapolis Lakers, and the Birth of the NBA, Michael Schumacher (Oct. 2007)
To clarify, this was not written by the Formula 1 uber-legend. Rather, it's an author who has written bios on Allen Ginsberg, Eric Clapton and Francis Ford Coppola. I'm looking forward to it hopefully, as I think that a good George Mikan bio is absent from the NBA literary oeuvre currently.

The Franchise: LeBron James and the Remaking of the Cleveland Cavaliers, Terry Pluto and Brian Windhorst (Oct. 2007)
Man, the Akron Beacon Journal sure is fortunate to have such a dynamic NBA duo in the legend Pluto (Loose Balls, Tall Tales, Forty-Eight Minutes) and the upstart Windhorst, one of the top beat reporters in the league. It's like when the Spurs already had The Admiral and added Timmy... when NBC already had Carson and added Letterman... when The View already had Barbara Walters and added Rosie. OK, maybe not, but I'm still looking forward to their take on the early LeBron era.

Sports Illustrated: The Basketball Book, Rob Fleder
Another in the series of handsome, well-illustrated coffee-table books devoted to a sport, following in the footsteps of The Baseball Book and The Football Book.

WISHLIST
And before we go, two more books that I hope we get at some point.

A Tim Duncan autobiography
I know, I know, sounds scintillating at first blush ("So then, I turned on my man, faced up, sized up the situation and hit a bank shot"...), but I hope at some point, perhaps after he retires, that Timmy opens up a little and lets us into his head.

I just always go back to this 1999 piece from the old Sport magazine which True Hoop unearthed -- The Psychoanalysis of Tim Duncan, by Tim Duncan -- as evidence that there's a fascinating guy underneath the vanilla facade, and I think people might be somewhat blown away if he actually let us in.

Too Much Rod Benson
The D-Leaguer is quite simply the most entertaining writer playing professional basketball today.

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OK, I know there are even more recent hoop books out there - we had to (mercifully) cut it off at some point. I'm really going to try to make a point of plowing through a bunch of the above books which I haven't yet read in the next few months, and I'll report back with picks and pans along the way.

In the meantime, feel free to let us know your opinions in the comments - what are some of your favorites on this list? Which have no business being here? Which recent hoop books that we omitted should be here?

Finally, we just wanted to acknowledge a few pieces which have given us inspiration and tips:
- Eric Neel, ESPN.com: Sacred Hoop Books
- Henry Abbott, True Hoop: Top Ten Basketball Books of All Time
- Adam Beechen, Suns.com: Summer Reading List
- Celtics.com: Celtics-related books

And we'd also like to point back to a couple lil' ol' basketball book-related posts that we've done here, in case you're interested:
- Basketball Book Buying Spree
- David Halberstam's NBA Books

Happy hoop reading!

60 Comments:

At 3:20 PM, Blogger C.S. Hersch said...

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The Laker - Globetrotter book has the typical PC perspective. FYI, the Minneapolis Lakers went 7-2 against the Globetrotters. It would be nice if these writers mentioned details that show the whole story instead of just their stereotypical agenda.

 
At 6:08 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

Thanks for the info about the book on Jordan by Leahy. Just finished it. Fantastic read. Has he done any other b'ball books? --Joe R.

 
At 9:49 AM, Blogger M. Haubs said...

Good to hear, Joe. I don't think Leahy has done other basketball books - this is the bio note I found for him:
"Michael Leahy is a staff writer for The Washington Post and The Washington Post Magazine. The recipient of numerous awards for journalistic excellence, Leahy has been honored with the selection of his stories for the 2001, 2002, 2003, and 2004 editions of The Best American Sports Writing anthologies. He lives outside Washington, D.C."

C.S. - Yeah, I was wondering if anyone would bring up 'Paddy on the Hardwood'. Fair point - probably should be on here.

 
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Spencer recommends:
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At 1:31 PM, Blogger goathair said...

Reading "Maravich" and "Can I Keep My Jersey?" right now. Both very good, in totally different ways.

 
At 5:36 PM, Blogger Paul said...

I'm a basketball fan, but have never read a book about it. Where should I start? What's the number one most-loved basketball book?

 
At 9:03 PM, Anonymous Anonymous said...

"When Nothing Else Matters" the book about MJ on the Wizards, should be the 1st book from that list you read. It was phenominal, and yes it would complete the triology for you. The Gloves really do come out in this book, and it is so obvious how MJ ruined, I mean absolutley ruined Kwame's self-esteem.

 
At 12:51 AM, Blogger M. Haubs said...

Spencer: I'm sorry to say I hadn't heard of Ball Don't Lie, but after researching it, it looks really good.

Thanks for the tip - that's part of what I was hoping for in doing this post....


Paul: Take a look at those links at the end of the post - there are a couple 'best basketball books' lists.

Breaks of the Game is generally considered the best basketball book ever written, and The Last Shot and Loose Balls are two that are universally beloved as well.

But if you're starting from scratch, I might recommend reading some Michael Jordan books first, such as The Jordan Rules, Playing for Keeps, and When Nothing Else Matters.

Other opinions out there?

And speaking of which...

Yes Anon, I remember in the Washington Post Mag pieces that Leahy really dug deep into the MJ-Kwame ugliness. Some of the best newspaper sportswriting I've ever read.

 
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The Miracle of St. Anthony is one of the best books i've ever read. I was intruiged by Hurley's coaching style, and that it is still so successful in today's AAU age.

 
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Great list! A couple books on your list stuck out because my site has more information and I wanted to pass this on to your readers.

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I could not recommend The Miracle of St. Anthony more. Once I started reading it I could not put it down. It was so good I read it again a year later and I am not the kind of person who usually reads a book more than once.

 
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Paddy on the hardwood is an amazing book. Read that with Paul Shirley's book and now know more about the european game than i ever thought possible. Rus Bradburd's "Paddy" though is a hell of a crafted work. as opposed to most sports books, you're not spending three quarters of your reading flinching at awkward sentences. The man knows ball and he knows how to write. Great stuff.

 
At 1:19 PM, Anonymous Bruce Buchanan said...

I just discovered this post, so I'm a little late to the party. But I've read a number of the books you've listed and I agree with all of the selections.

- Seven Seconds or Less is a good read and a different perspective, as veteran NBA writer Jack McCallum actually spent a season as a quasi-assistant coach in Phoenix.

- I like Paul Shirley's blog entries on ESPN.com and his book, Can I Keep My Jersey?, is a good read and surprisingly honest coming from an active player.

- I'd definitely recommend Let Me Tell You a Story, even if you aren't a John Feinstein fan. He and Red Auerbach had become pretty close friends late in Red's life, so it's a much more personal book than you might expect.

One book I would add to your list is Dynasty's End, by Thomas Whalen. It's an account of Bill Russell's final season in the league and the end of the great Celtics dynasty of the 1950s and '60's.

 
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