When Seconds Count
Sports Publishing LLC, 1 oct. 1999 - 216 pages
Basketball is a game of spirited rallies and fabulous finishes, truly a game where every second counts, where the very rules of the game have been drawn to help teams mount late charges and come from behind to win. With shot clocks and three-point shots, no lead is safe until the final buzzer has sounded. Drawing from every level of the sport -- high school, college, and the NBA, amateur and pro, men's and women's basketball -- this book will put you in the middle of the fast-paced, heart-stopping action When Seconds Count.
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