Sports & Recreation

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    So You Think You’re a Philadelphia Flyers Fan?
    Stars, Stats, Records, and Memories for True Diehards
    By Skip Clayton
    (Sports Publishing)
    So You Think You’re a Philadelphia Flyers Fan? tests and expands your knowledge of Flyers hockey. Rather than merely posing questions and providing answers, it will give you the details behind each—stories that bring to life players and coaches, games and seasons. This book is divided into multiple parts,... [READ MORE]
    Paul Brown's Ghost
    How the Cleveland Browns and Cincinnati Bengals Are Haunted by the Man Who Created Them
    By Jonathan Knight
    (Sports Publishing)
    Paul Brown was the father of two stalwart franchises in the NFL—the Cleveland Browns, who carry his own name, and the Cincinnati Bengals. He was a renowned coach and owner, and when he passed on August 5, 1991, the league lost a giant. But for the Browns and Bengals, his death would herald a new era,... [READ MORE]
    Miracle Moments in USC Football History
    The Turning Points, the Memorable Games, the Incredible Records
    By Dan Weber
    (Sports Publishing)
    The USC Trojans football program has been one of the winningest and most recognizable college football teams to ever play the sport. There have been numerous moments in the history of the Trojans that have proven miraculous, from recruiting day to the gridiron, and from the regular season to bowl games.... [READ MORE]
    When the 49ers Were Kings
    How Bill Walsh and Ed DeBartolo Jr. Built a Football Dynasty in San Francisco
    By Gordon Forbes
    (Sports Publishing)
    In 1979, San Francisco was in turmoil attempting to recover from the assassination of two of its leaders: Mayor George Moscone and Supervisor Harvey Milk. The troubled city was in need of an emotional boost to restore their pride. But as the year drew to a sad close, the city’s professional football... [READ MORE]
    Boise State
    The Emergence of College Football’s Grittiest Underdog
    By Joel Gunderson
    (Sports Publishing)
    While the city of Boise in Idaho has a population of approximately 223,000 people, the state, in general, is not a sports powerhouse. The closest NFL team is the Seattle Seahawks, who are a 7.5-hour drive away. There are currently only six players in the NFL that were born in Idaho. So how did Boise... [READ MORE]
    UCLA Football Encyclopedia
    By Spencer Stueve
    (Sports Publishing)
    The history of UCLA football is a continuous story of highs and lows, ups and downs. Every year from 1919 through today, UCLA has fielded a team, and though the expectations have changed through the years, the goals have not. The single greatest goal in sports is to win your next game. When a team strings... [READ MORE]
    So You Think You’re a Detroit Red Wings Fan?
    Stars, Stats, Records, and Memories for True Diehards
    By John Kreiser
    (Sports Publishing)
    So You Think You’re a Detroit Red Wings Fan? tests and expands your knowledge of Red Wings hockey. Rather than merely posing questions and providing answers, it will give you the details behind each―stories that bring to life players and coaches, games and seasons. This book is divided into multiple... [READ MORE]
    Jail Blazers
    How ’Sheed, Bonzi, JR, and the Portland Trail Blazers Became the Bad Boys of Basketball
    By Kerry Eggers
    (Sports Publishing)
    In the late ’90s and early 2000s, the Portland Trail Blazers were one of the hottest teams in the NBA. For almost a decade, they won 60 percent of their games while making it to the Western Conference Finals twice. However, what they were able to accomplish on the court is less remarkable than what they... [READ MORE]
    Tommy John’s Elbow and Tiger Woods's Back
    Injuries and Tragedies That Transformed Careers, Sports, and Society
    By Jonathan Gelber, MD, MS
    (Sports Publishing)
    What do players across such different sports such as Buster Posey, Tom Brady, and Tiger Woods have in common? Their injuries have shaped the world of sports and how sports medicine is approached. When you hear stories of Kobe traveling abroad to receive blood platelet injections, or Olympians using low-oxygen... [READ MORE]
    The Boston Celtics
    Larry Bird, Bob Cousy, Red Auerbach, and Other Legends Recall Great Moments in Celtics History
    By Michael D. McClellan, Foreword by Wayne Federman
    (Sports Publishing)
    Since the team’s inception in 1946, the Boston Celtics have been at the heart of the culture and history of the city they call home. And as Boston has transformed over the years, the Celtics too have evolved to reflect and embrace the changing times. In a book like no other, veteran writer and lifelong... [READ MORE]
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