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by John Lane,Walter looss Jr,Bill Russell,Walt Frazier

eBook Rockin' Steady: A guide to basketball  cool download ISBN: 0137822359
Author: John Lane,Walter looss Jr,Bill Russell,Walt Frazier
Publisher: Prentice-Hall (1974)
Language: English
Pages: 158
ePub: 1439 kb
Fb2: 1175 kb
Rating: 4.5
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Rockin' Steady: A Guide . .has been added to your Cart. Bill Russell is a former professional basketball player and was the centerpiece of the Celtics dynasty that won 11 NBA Championships during his 13-year career. He lives in Mercer Island, Washington

Rockin' Steady: A Guide . He lives in Mercer Island, Washington. Walter Iooss Jr. is a professional photographer best known for his work with Sports Illustrated magazine. He lives in Montauk, New York.

Bill Russell is a former professional basketball player and was the centerpiece of the Celtics dynasty that won 11 NBA Championships during his 13-year career.

Start by marking Rockin' Steady; A Guide to Basketball & Cool as Want to.A wild tour through sports and life in the 1970s, Rockin' Steady is a book unlike any the world has ever seen.

Start by marking Rockin' Steady; A Guide to Basketball & Cool as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read. One of the greatest point guards in NBA history, Clyde guided the New York Knicks to their only two championships with a style and flair that was wholly his own. Worshipped for both his skills on the court and his flamboyant The Legendary Guide to Playin' Ball and Livin' Right Is Back! For millions of basketball fans in the 1970s, Walt "Clyde" Frazier defined the word cool.

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Photograph from Rockin’ Steady: A Guide to Basketball & Cool. Perhaps no other athlete personified New York City and the 1970s quite like Walt Clyde Frazier, the Hall of Fame guard of the New York Knicks championship teams. An unflappable floor general with lightening quick reflexes, Clyde was a showstopper off the court, as well-a man-about-town who could often be found sporting a sealskin coat, Clyde hat with a four-inch brim, and platform shoes. So it’s no wonder, too, that his 1974 book, Rockin’ Steady: A Guide to Basketball & Cool, was a one-of-a-kind, time capsule classic.

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Rockin' Steady: A Guide to Basketball and Cool. Frazier became one of the premier collegiate basketball players in the country. Frazier was elected to the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame in 1987 and named one of the NBA’s 50 greatest players in 1996. 85263/?tag prabook0b-20. The Complete Idiot's Guide to Basketball. He was named a Division II All-American in 1964 and 1965. As a sophomore in 1965, Frazier led SIU to the NCAA Division II Tournament, only to lose in the finals to Jerry Sloan and the Evansville Purple Aces.

Walt Frazier, Ira Berkow. For millions of basketball fans in the 1970s, Walt "Clyde" Frazier defined the word cool. Back in 1974, Clyde and New York Times sportswriter Ira Berkow collaborated on a book that has become an iconic and much-sought-after piece of basketball history

A New York Knick talks about basketball, his life, and being cool.
Comments: (7)
Capella
Great book by a classy basketball legend. Only mildly dated, and who cares-- I wanted it to relive those times, among other things!

Clyde is cool, alright. A wonderful read on a variety of topics! And a beautiful, high-quality volume (as to the paper, photos, binding, dust cover, etc. on this ~2010 version).

Recommended highly.
Gavirim
I feel lucky to have gotten into watching the Knicks in the magical '69 season as I turned 9. Clyde was the defensive force that I watched so carefully that i learned the "quick snatch steal the ball" move.

When he scored 36 with 19 assists in the 7th game, they gave MVP to Willis
Reed after he scored 4 points after missing the game before. I was outraged. Nuff said, so was he. Clyde took over when they needed him to, and he snatched that championship in the 1st quarter, and the Lakers never made a move, staying back 15 or more for the whole game.

He brought out the Puma Clydes (sneakers, the 1st expensive ones) then, in the early 70's, and by the time I became a freshman at Brooklyn Tech in '74 (right after they won a 2nd championship after losing the year before to the Lakers team that still has a record for consecutive wins that year). 9 out of 10 cool guys wore them, blue suede shoes Elvis would have loved. They replace Pro Keds and another usual, and in NY, you wore these sneakers, about $25 when the lesser ones that always satisfied you were only 10-12 bucks.

Ahhhh, Clyde, still the magician. Back in '97 I had a cool black friend down the hall who informed me that you can watch the Knicks, kill the tv voice, and there was Clyde on the radio for each game. And he was divine, making definitive description phrasing that rhymed perfectly each time. They moved him up and made him the Knicks television host - play-by-play has never been as amusing, theatrical and downright on the money when someone slacks off - Knick or opposing player.

When the Knicks sent him to Cleveland, I died inside, and didnt watch basketball again until Jordan finally had a team. I took off 10 years, knowing there's never gonna be another Clyde.

Oh, yeah, the book. I was lucky enough to be able to borrow it froma friend who'd grabbed it from our Brooklyn library.
He had a lot to say, and let us know his style on all, 'cause he had it! Color photos show what he spent his salary on, the best car in the world and many suits, some outlandish, some dazzling, some just look great on his physique because of his build.

Clyde was the best and biggest sports star in NY, Tom Seaver and Joe Willie took the backseat to Clyde and they knew it.

The money they get now when they play careers without ever playing D like Clyde did each night.

With Ewing, they had a great team for him to talk about. Lets hope this team lives up to their start, 'cause they might allow me to hear Clyde each night, and there's nothing like that!

I had to buy it again. I still think of Clyde whenever I play, or watch the game. HE WAS BASKETBALL TO ME!

JD
lets go baby
Great book, great seller to work with.
Cozius
Entertaining.
Aradwyn
I love this book. Got my first copy thirty years ago. Gave that to my son. Bought this copy for my nephews.
Uste
Bought for a friend. He loved it. Who wouldn't?
Wishamac
Good!
Sheer brilliance from the man who defined style in sports before anyone.