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Book Review - Basketball Warfare: Life in the Big East

May 4th, 2007
Big East

Basketball Warfare: Life in the Big East Conference
By Kevin McNamara
McNamara Publishing

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Uncaged: Book Review

December 7th, 2006
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Paddy on the Hardwood: Book Review

November 23rd, 2006

The fact that Jerry West writes that Paddy on the Hardwood is “the best sports book I’ve read in a long while” is pretty much all you need to know about this book. Who am I to argue with Logo? Luckily, no arguments are coming from this corner – this is a great book.

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Bob Hurley needs to be in the Hall of Fame

October 5th, 2006

Hello, and thanks for checking out my blog. I'm Raphielle, and the purpose of this blog is to write primarily about the smaller conferences of the Northeast corridor. The Northeast, Metro Atlantic, America East, and Ivy leagues will get the majority of the attention, with a little Atlantic 10 and Big East sprinkled in from time to time.

The idea for this first entry came from two sources: "The Miracle of St. Anthony" by Adrian Wojnarowski, and an article in the September 19th issue of ESPN The Magazine by Bill Simmons. In the article, Simmons brought up some valid points as to why Joe Dumars shouldn't have been enshrined in the Basketball Hall of Fame. His resume isn't better than say, an Adrian Dantley or Sidney Moncrief, and Dumars was never a franchise player. I had no problem with Dumars getting into the Hall, and maybe his work as an executive influenced a vote or two.