The Encyclopedia of Duke Basketball (Hardback)John Roth (author)
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The Encyclopedia of Duke Basketball is the ultimate reference source for true-blue fans, with profiles of great games, classic finishes (both wins and losses), and compelling personalities, including players, coaches, and opponents. While it is filled with a wealth of statistical information, the Encyclopedia goes well beyond the numerical record to deliver insights on people and performances and anecdotes that will surprise even the most seasoned Duke supporter.
The Encyclopedia features:
- A timeline of key events in men's and women's basketball history.
- Capsules of the most important men's and women's games in the program's history, including the men's buzzer-beating overtime win against Kentucky in 1992 and the women's stunning victory over Tennessee to reach the Final Four in 1999.
- An alphabetical encyclopedia with entries on players from Alaa Abdelnaby to Bill Zimmer and on coaches, customs, opponents, venues, and records.
- Exclusive interviews in which standout players, including Danny Ferry, Mike Gminski, Grant Hill, Christian Laettner, and Jason Williams, recount moments they'll never forget.
- A statistical record book covering every season through 2005-06.
-130 photographs of Duke basketball history.
A source of entertainment as well as information, this volume will be a great resource for fans hoping to settle arguments, relive favorite games, or simply enjoy hours of pleasurable reading.
Publisher: Duke University Press
Number of pages: 456
Weight: 1746 g
Dimensions: 283 x 223 x 29 mm
"Every Duke fan who still gets chills from remembering Bobby Hurley's 3-pointer against UNLV in the '91 semis will want a copy of John Roth's The Encyclopedia of Duke Basketball." -- Frank Dascenzo * Durham Herald-Sun *
"[M]ore than a coffee table book. It's a reference book or historical media guide to the fourth power on college hoops in this region." -- Joel Buckley * Community Sports News *
"The ultimate reference on all things Duke basketball." * NCAA Hoops Today *