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Od as the young kids todayAnd the sentences that began with These guys playing today was typically followed by something negative r how easy that have it nowadaysNot everything in this book was like that I enjoyed some topics But a good chunk f it was and it became annoying This book is about basketball a sport i really like The author walt frazier talks about his life in the nba how it went from him and how it changed ver time He teaches you to always try your best because you never know who
is watching you and what you can gain from it This book is watching you and what you can gain from it This book is for all people who just want to learn about basketball r just want to learn about someone and how they succeded in life Walt Frazier is currently a commentator for the New York Knicks telecasts n MSG NetworksHe provides insight about basketball and colorful and fun comments during the game He also dresses with distinction and approaches his job with a sense f humorIn The Game Within the Game Frazier discusses his playing career and his pinion regarding the game today He also discusses some f the coaches he played for and some f the teammates that he played withIt is an enjoyable book to read if you like basketball It is easy reading and light reading for a basketball fanFrazier emphasizes the importance Squeamish About Sushi: And other Food Adventures in Japan of playing as a team He stresses the importancef playing good defense and sharing the basketball He says that the game f basketball has changed in many ways First he points ut that when he played finesse and leg work was emphasized whereas now there is a greater emphasis n physical and upper
body strength Secondly he says that the three point shot has changed the game as well When he played players strength Secondly he says that the three point shot has changed the game as well When he played players to get close to the basket whereas now there is f an attempt to shoot an pen three point shot Frazier says that the Knicks teams that he played for had a lot f camaraderie and a strong bond He says that they got along n and ff the court Frazier says good things about the playground leagues such as the Harlem Rucker League However Frazier also emphasizes the importance Achtung! Cthulhu of fundamentals and suggests that the playground leagues have sometimes taken players away from the fundamentals He emphasizes how discipline played a role in his career He always tried to get rest before games Frazier says My definitionf discipline is for a player to put his team first and to play under control at all times Frazier also points Infamy out that Red Holtzman was a good coach for the Knicks because he helped the team to become disciplined He also emphasizes the importancef General P.T.G. Beauregard overcoming adversity Frazier says Almost every standout player in the league has had to fight through tough times He says that when he was growing up he had tovercome much adversity Frazier says that this helped him to My Wishful Thinking overcome challengesn the courtFrazier also discusses different championship teams from the history The Boy and the Blue Moon of the NBA He said the fans the head coach and the players all played a role in the Knicks championship teams from 1970 and 1973 He also discussesther championship teams such as the Boston Celtics Miami Heat and San Antonio Spurs He discusses the individual talents f various players He refers to Jason Kidd s two handed verhead passes Allen Iverson s dribbling skills and a famous scoop shot made by Larry Bird in 1981 He mentioned the finger rolls The Screwball Comedy Films: A History and Filmography, 1934-1942 of George Gervin and George McGinnis as wellFrazier discusses his role as. Brity and flashy moves dominate In lively and accessible language Frazier writes about how important the game within the game really is He emphasizes timing and mental skill far than dazzling moves as the strengths that today's players need to hone inrder to achieve success Frazier makes some controversial points aimed at new basketball players The game within the game starts with players respecting their coaches their teammates and the Father Tom Padilla: Mark of the Demon Priest opposing team The Indiana Pacers had a good chancef winning the NBA championship last year before Artest erupted They had a re. First f all i would like to say thanks to Evan Pienh for recommending this book to me I don t know many legends from the time but Walt Frazier aka Clyde would definitely be in the top 20 Before I read this book I didn t know anything about this man My favorite Hall f Famer is Larry Bird but not a big fan f the Celtics I like how there s a lot f anecdotes about his life such as him playing against my favorite hall Eat Vegan on $4.00 a Day of famer He wasne f those are that people that gave it 101 percent to show people that he deserve to be where s he s at He showed that he could step up in 1970 NBA Finals against the LA Lakers Willis Reed s was injured and it was Clyde who was stepped up putting up an 36 points and 19 assists leading the Knicks to their first NBA championship He gained a lot f respect for bringing a championship trophy to New York In the beginning f the book page 2 he said Today s players are unlike anything the game has ever seen before You ve got Dirk Nowitzki a 7 footer with infinite range There s LeBron James who is as strong
As Willis Reed And Willis Reed and uick as Bob Cousy And you ve got Kobe Bryant who can
jump ut f the gym and can score from anywhere n the court This is funny to out Masterchef Junior Cookbook: Bold Recipes and Essential Techniques to Inspire Young Cooks of the gym and can score from anywheren the court This is funny to because it s true Basketball players back than seem to all have the hook shot and the mid range game Now you have football players playing basketball with incredible speed When people ask Whose better Dream Team Black Macho and the Myth of the Superwoman or The Redeem Team it s really hard to tell because the tempof the games were different Dream Team seem like it was a fundamental game but now it s an athletic game I would recommend this to all "The Basketball Players And "basketball players and Study of Organ Inferiority and Its Psychical Compensation; A Contribution to Clinical Medicine - Scholar's Choice Edition of the game this book isne Heaven Next Stop of the top books i have read it talks alot about basetkball such as things people dont see he talks about background stuff that goesn in the league he always says play your hardist beacsue you never know who is watching you he also talks about how the NBA has cahnged from when he was playing to now i recommend this book to everyone who likes basketball in genaral r wants to learn alittle about basektball Many astute basketball fans knew that Frazier was a great basketball player Many familiar with the pop culture f the 70 s remember him as Clyde the stylish pimp daddy Very few however realized that this flashy star was extremely intelligent and dedicated to his craft His edge ver his pponents came from his mental preparation which is utlined in this book Walt Frazier is a good thinking man I was really amazed n his thoughts about how the NBA has changed It seemed like he didnt like the evolution Have A Good Night, Volume 1 of basketball In the beginningf the book page 2 he said Today s players are unlike anything the game has ever seen before You ve got Dirk Nowitzki a 7 footer with infinite range There s LeBron James who is as strong as Willis Reed and as uick as Bob Cousy And you ve got Kobe Bryant who can jump ut f the gym and can score from anywhere n the court This clearly e Walt Clyde Frazier is the epitome f cool with a great personality Every time I see him When You Lose Your Job on TV he always seems to be a very happy go lucky guyBut with this writing he comes across asne f those bitter ld men where everything was great when he was young and 90% Isabel the Queen: Life and Times of everything in today s world sucksMostf his sentences that began with When I was playing was followed by something positive r how much they suffered because they didn t have it as go. Walt Frazier ne Tim Crouch of the greatest guards ever to play the game writes aboutld school ball and his ideas for reinvigorating the sport In The Game Within the Game basketball legend Walt Frazier looks at basketball from both a historical and personal viewpoint When Frazier first started playing the game discipline and strategy were highly valued than in today's game which he describes as having devolved into a playground fest f dunks and threes The ld school style Drawing the Human Head of Frazier's past emphasized substancever style contrary to the current state f the game where cele. ,
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A playmaking guard for the Knicks He refers to some f the plays that the Knicks ran and implemented during his career Frazier emphasizes that The playmaker s job is not to shoot it s to create He has to use his feline uickness to penetrate and create havoc for the defense He talks about the importance DIY Projects for the Self-Sufficient Homeowner: 25 Ways to Build a Self-Reliant Lifestyle of the pick and roll as well as the modern tendency for point guards to play in isolationFrazier also addresses the money in today s game as well as the different coaches He said the money in the game has helped the sport but it is also responsible for somef the problems in the NBA today as well He said that sometimes when players get paid a lot f money they get complacent He said that he was ne f the first players in the league to get a lot f attention but that in today s game players get even attention He points Dead Man Riding (Nell Bray, out that the players have power than they did in the pastFrazier said that he learned by watchingther players He said I learned from Willis Reed and ther veterans n my suad during my rookie year just by watching and listening He said that he learned that stars ften receive privileged treatmentIn the book Frazier also addresses modern day coaches gamesmanship and trash talking trust the issue f race in the NBA motivation and work ethic and the greatest teams and hall Pontius Pilate of fame playersIn The Game Within the Game Frazier expresses his viewsn many issues pertaining to the NBA The book represents his Livin de Life own experiences and view points Heften contrasts today s game with his era Frazier highlights the differences between today s players and the players Aeralis of hiswn time period However Frazier always remains respectful toward today s players and the players Be CentsAble: How to Cut Your Household Budget in Half of hiswn era I usually love Clyde s perspective Academic Inbreeding and Mobility in Higher Education: Global Perspectives on basketball but this book seemed too much like anld guy taking the young guys to task because they don t do things the way he did them He has some wonderful points about the need to work hard especially the weaker parts Radio Crackling, Radio Gone of your game and the lackf desire exhibited by some The Legend of Joaquin Murrieta: California's Gold Rush Bandit of today s stars But he makes it seems like everybody in his day worked their assesff constantly and nobody does today I don t know for sure but I bet its about the same percentage You have people who work hard and people who don t Not everything basketball players did before the mid 90 s was great which is why ratings were terrible I agree that there are fundamentals that are lacking in today s game but people don t like to watch fundamental basketball without some flash to it If they did women s basketball would have huge ratings You need a mix Limey Gumshoe of style and substance Clyde should know that he exemplified both Being a basketball fans this book shows me a the perspectivef an famous basketball player that had accomplished a lot in his carrer This book let fansbasketball players to see what is life life for teh basketball players not everything is games and fun There are a lot Maritime Academy Graduate: Memoir Of A Third Mate of hard work put into the game to become successful This is a great book for anyone who wants to read and is sportrientated Lots f whining from Clyde about how today s players don t measure up to the grittier defensive minded team riented NBAers Trouble Looking for a Place to Happen of the past While I agree that the game was fun to watch then that fact seems patentlybvious to all Dressed for Thrills: 100 Years of Halloween Costumes and Masquerade of us without needing this particular rejoinder The second to the last chaptern the greats f the game almost but not uite redeems the book.
Cord f 16 wins and From Paella to Porridge: A Farewell to Mallorca and a Scottish Adventure only 8 losses at the time the brawlccurred and were touted 16 wins and On Toby's Terms only losses at the time the brawlccurred and were touted the team with the best chance f dethroning the Pistons in the East Artest had been ut Max Lerner: Pilgrim in the Promised Land of control for a long time The Pacers tried to rein him in by suspending him earlier in the season but Artest didn't learn his lesson He is a productf his times Basketball is a microcosm f life Walking down the street today guys want their props If you bump into a young guy he might go ff It's carried Indiscretion over into the NBA The guys in the league today are young and theyften have a similar minds.