Jordan Rules
  • Jordan Rules
  • Jordan Rules
  • Jordan Rules
  • Jordan Rules
  • Jordan Rules
ISBN: 0671796666
EAN13: 9780671796662
Language: English
Release Date: Jan 1, 1993
Pages: 384
Dimensions: 0.98" H x 6.69" L x 4.09" W
Weight: 0.44 lbs.
Format: Mass Market Paperbound


Format: Mass Market Paperbound

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Book Overview

Sam Smith's seminal, New York Times bestselling eye-opener (The San Diego Union-Tribune) on Michael Jordan and the 1990-1991 Chicago Bulls team--perfect for fans of ESPN's hit documentary series The Last Dance.

This is the book that changed the way the world viewed Michael Jordan, while delivering nonstop excitement, tension, and thrills.

The Jordan Rules chronicles the season that changed everything for Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls. After losing in the playoffs to the Bad Boys Detroit Pistons for three consecutive years, the Bulls finally broke through and swept the Pistons in the 1991 Eastern Conference Finals, on the way to their first NBA championship.

Celebrated sportswriter Sam Smith was there for the entire ride. He reveals a candid and provocative picture of Michael Jordan during the season in which his legacy began to be defined, and seeks to figure out what drove him. The Jordan Rules covers everything from his stormy relationships with his coaches and teammates and power struggles with management--including verbal attacks on general manager Jerry Krause and tantrums against coach Phil Jackson--to Jordan's obsessions with becoming the leading scorer, and his refusal to pass the ball in the crucial minutes of big games. Jordan's teammates also tell their side of the story, from Scottie Pippen, to Horace Read More chevron_right

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