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DREAM TEAM: An Interview with Myself

[Last night, I finished Jack McCallum’s new bestseller (I’m assuming it is or will be a bestseller.  I didn’t actually bother to check if this is true.) “Dream Team: How Michael, Magic, Larry, Charles, and the Greatest Team of All Time Conquered the World and Changed the Game of Basketball Forever.”  With Wolves news limited to the ticking timer on Portland matching Batum, and the Vegas League that only serves to build false hope in young TWolves, I thought I would share some takeaways from a 345-page book that I consumed much the way a Knicks fan imagines Raymond Felton might devour a Big Mac.  That is a lame-joke way of saying that I’m a notoriously slow reader, but plowed through this one in less than a week’s time.  I owe that in part to work travels that allowed much airport and airplane downtime, an uneventful weekend (even by blogger standards) and that I enjoyed the book.  Anyway, here goes.] Continue reading


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