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Om Grant Hill to Christian Laettner with 21 seconds left in overtime that made Duke's 105 104 victory so memorable The Kentucky and Duke players and coaches arrived at that point from very different places each with a uniue story to tell In The Last Great Game acclaimed ESPN columnist Gene Wojciechowski tells their stories in vivid detail turning the game we think we remember into a drama filled with suspense humor revelations and reve. If you likelove college basketball you need to read this book Wojciechowski weaves together a compelling narrative by tracing

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The definitive book on the greatest game in the history of college basketball and the dramatic road both teams took to get there March 28 1992 The final of the NCAA East Regional Duke vs Kentucky The 17848 at the Spectrum in Philadelphia and the millions watching on TV could say they saw the greatest game and the greatest shot in the history of college basketball But it wasn't just the final play of the game an 80 foot inbounds bass fr. First full disclosure As a Duke fan I had to read this book And as long as it ended with the score the same as it was 20 year

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Rberations The cast alone is worth meeting again Mike Krzyzewski Rick Pitino Bobby Hurley Jamal Mashburn Christian Laettner Sean Woods Grant Hill and Bobby Knight Timed for the game's 20th anniversary The Last Great Game isn't a book just for Duke or Kentucky or even basketball fans It's a book for any reader who can appreciate that great moments in sports are the result of hard work careful preparation group psychology and a little lu. RecoveryRecoveryI have to say that I enjoyed the book Being a Kentucky fan I have never watched a replay of the game and alwa


10 thoughts on “The Last Great Game

  1. says:

    When Sean Woods banked in his shot to put Kentucky up 1 with 21 seconds left in the game I was ecstatic It was 1992 and I

  2. says:

    First full disclosure As a Duke fan I had to read this book And as long as it ended with the score the same as it was 20 years ago

  3. says:

    College team sports can make for great drama I think I learned this mostly from reading John Feinstein books over the years Sure you have guys who are good or great athletes and to compete at that level they have to be unusually driven And you also have competition – in this case at a level that's highly visible Add to that mix the fact that these are effectively young kids who inevitably have a lot of learn

  4. says:

    Since I am a Duke fan I had to read this book My grandma is a huge Duke fan and told me to read this book so I read it I th

  5. says:

    The Last Great Game Duke vs Kentucky and the 21 Seconds That Changed Basketball by Gene Wojciechowski Blue Rider Press 2012796323 is a fabulous book about college basketball I've always thought of the game in uest

  6. says:

    If you likelove college basketball you need to read this book Wojciechowski weaves together a compelling narrative by tracing the individual journeys of the Duke and Kentucky players and coaches from their earliest days with their programs to the moment their lives intersect in the final 21 seconds of the greatest basketball game ever played I actually hate Duke but found myself appreciating even admiring them

  7. says:

    RecoveryRecoveryI have to say that I enjoyed the book Being a Kentucky fan I have never watched a replay of the game and always turn my head every March when the damn shot is shown during March Madness It was time to get over it and appreciate the game for what it was

  8. says:

    Phenomenal behind the scenes book about this game and the two bball programs that made it happen I grew up a Du

  9. says:

    Fascinating and ultrareadable behind the scenes look at THE game and THE shot Great choice for all for college basketball fans but

  10. says:

    Hmmm This was a solidly good book about one of the worst events of my entire lifeI was left wondering exactly who the author considered his target audience to be though

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