Basketball and Other Things

"Thirty-three chapters, each chapter ... a different basketball question that needs to be answered.

Author: Shea Serrano

Publisher: Harry N. Abrams

ISBN: 9781419726477

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 240

View: 668

"Thirty-three chapters, each chapter a different basketball question that needs to be answered. Some of them are obviously crucial ... and some of them are secretly crucial. But all of them are approached in ways that ([the author] hope[s] you think) are smart and fun and nuanced"--Back cover.

Basketball and Other Things

NEW YORK TIMES BESTEELLER BASKETBALL (AND OTHER THINGs) A COLLECTION OF QUESTIONS ASKED, ANSWERED, ILLUSTRATED o | |AVORITE HEADs of o \ 2017 / l | | o "NN | E. o | Moo o o - i | o, - o == = | - o o | o W | ". - WolossW.

Author: Shea Serrano

Publisher: Abrams

ISBN: 1683350936

Category: Sports & Recreation

Page: 240

View: 963

#1 New York Times bestseller Who is the greatest dunker of all time? Which version of the Michael Jordan was the best Michael Jordan? What is allowed and absolutely not allowed in a game of pickup basketball? Basketball (and Other Things) presents readers with a whole new set of pivotal and ridiculous fan disputes from basketball history, providing arguments and answers, explained with the wit and wisdom that is unique to Shea Serrano. Serrano breaks down debates that NBA fans didn’t even know they needed, from the classic (How many years during his career was Kobe Bryant actually the best player in the league?) to the fantastical (If you could assign different values to different shots throughout basketball history, what would they be and why?). With incredible art from Arturo Torres, this book is a must-have for anyone who has ever stayed up late into the night debating basketball’s greatest moments, what-ifs, stories, and legends, or for those who are discovering the mythology of basketball for the first time.

Movies And Other Things

It was called Basketball (And Other Things). It came out in 2017. 4. Did you know that you were going to write Movies (And Other Things) back when you were writing Basketball (And Other Things)? Yes. I knew I wanted to write Movies (And ...

Author: Shea Serrano

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1538730200

Category: Performing Arts

Page: 256

View: 905

INSTANT #1 NEW YORK TIMES BESTSELLER WALL STREET JOURNAL BESTSELLER BARNES & NOBLE BESTSELLER AMAZON BESTSELLER "Paging through Serrano's Movies (and Other Things) is like taking a long drive at night with a friend; there's that warmth and familiarity where the chat is more important than the fastest route from Point A to Point B...It's like a textbook gone right; your attention couldn't wander if it tried." -- Elisabeth Egan, New York Times Book Review Shea Serrano is back, and his new book, Movies (And Other Things),combines the fury of a John Wick shootout, the sly brilliance of Regina George holding court at a cafeteria table, and the sheer power of a Denzel monologue, all into one. Movies (And Other Things) is a book about, quite frankly, movies (and other things). One of the chapters, for example, answers which race Kevin Costner was able to white savior the best, because did you know that he white saviors Mexicans in McFarland, USA, and white saviors Native Americans in Dances with Wolves, and white saviors Black people in Black or White, and white saviors the Cleveland Browns in Draft Day? Another of the chapters, for a second example, answers what other high school movie characters would be in Regina George's circle of friends if we opened up the Mean Girls universe to include other movies (Johnny Lawrence is temporarily in, Claire from The Breakfast Club is in, Ferris Bueller is out, Isis from Bring It On is out...). Another of the chapters, for a third example, creates a special version of the Academy Awards specifically for rom-coms, the most underrated movie genre of all. And another of the chapters, for a final example, is actually a triple chapter that serves as an NBA-style draft of the very best and most memorable moments in gangster movies. Many, many things happen in Movies (And Other Things), some of which funny, others of which are sad, a few of which are insightful, and all of which are handled with the type of care and dedication to the smallest details and pockets of pop culture that only a book by Shea Serrano can provide.

Hip Hop and other things

Does this book work the same as the other (And Other Things) books that you've written? Yes. Thus far, I've written Basketball (And Other Things) and Movies (And Other Things). In those books, each chapter was a different question that ...

Author: Shea Serrano

Publisher: Hachette UK

ISBN: 1529388481

Category: Comics & Graphic Novels

Page: 272

View: 634

HIP-HOP (AND OTHER THINGS) is about, as it were, rap, but also some other things. It's a smart, fun, funny, insightful book that spends the entirety of its time celebrating what has become the most dominant form of music over the past two and a half decades. From Tupac to Jay Z, Missy Elliott to Drake, you'll find pretty much all of the big names among these pages - as well as a bunch of the smaller names, too. There's art from acclaimed illustrator Arturo Torres, there are infographics and footnotes; there's all kinds of stuff in there. Some of the chapters are serious, and some of the chapters are silly, and some of the chapters are a combination of both things. All of them, though, are treated with the care and respect that they deserve.

Indian Youth Activities and Initiatives

Some communities focus on softball , basketball , and other things , and I see other kids even playing these video games and things ; there are other sports they need to be introduced to , other things like lacrosse and other Native ...

Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Indian Affairs (1993- )



Category: Indian youth

Page: 113

View: 100

Hip Hop and Other Things

All of them, though, are treated with the care and respect that they deserve. HIP-HOP (AND OTHER THINGS) is the third book in the (And Other Things) series.

Author: Shea Serrano

Publisher: Twelve

ISBN: 9781538730225

Category: Humor

Page: 256

View: 150

HIP-HOP (AND OTHER THINGS) is the third book in the (And Other Things) series. The first two--Basketball (And Other Things) and Movies (And Other Things)--were both #1 New York Times bestsellers.

Race In Play

BASKETBALL, EDUCATION, AND SCHOLARSHIP OPPORTUNITIES All five student athletes who participated in this study reported that they ... I guess it looks good if you can do something that you're good at, and other people will respect you.

Author: Carl E. James

Publisher: Canadian Scholars’ Press

ISBN: 155130273X

Category: Education

Page: 244

View: 395

In Race in Play, James takes the reader on an edifying walk through the structural and institutional communities that support and sustain sports, while also examining individual links between sport, schooling, and the educational and career aspirations of youth. He also explores issues of race, racialized minority youth, and Black men and women in sport. Well known for his work in the sociology of sport, Dr. James builds on his earlier research, casting his gaze on the lived experiences of athletic-identified students and on the outcomes of their athletic and academic performances.

An Oral History of the Special Olympics in China Volume 2

There are two important things for him: the first is to try to participate in different events and exercises; the second is ... he got involved in Special Olympics related sports, like bocce, basketball, table tennis, and other things.

Author: William P. Alford

Publisher: Springer Nature

ISBN: 9811551286

Category: Economic theory. Demography

Page: 567

View: 875

This open access book contains the oral histories that were inspired by the work of the Special Olympics in conjunction with the 50th anniversary of its founding. The foreword and prefatory materials provide an overview of the Special Olympics and its growth in the Peoples Republic of China. The sections that follow record interview transcripts of individuals with intellectual disabilities living in Shanghai. In addition to chronicling the involvement of these individuals and their families in the Special Olympics movement, the interview transcripts also capture their daily lives and how they have navigated school and work.

Thought Process

By the time we get back to the parking lot, we‟re all laughing and talking about the snake, basketball, and other things. Mr. Chase tells us that they need help up by the rifle range. The three of us grab some axes and head to the range ...

Author: Paul Quintavalle

Publisher: Thought Process

ISBN: 1434886603

Category: Fiction

Page: 250

View: 707

Jamie Donnelly is a high school junior who leads a carefree, idyllic life in suburban Southern New Jersey. He has skipped through life relying on his quick wit, good looks and natural intelligence. His life changes suddenly when he suffers a cerebral aneurysm and then becomes the first person in the world to have revolutionary technology surgically implanted. Jamie faces his ultimate challenge when he is forced to take on a powerful group of people, including a presidential candidate, who see the technology as a way to dominate US politics and business. A diverse group of friends bring their individual talents to help Jamie, as he is running for his life trying to solve the mystery of who is behind the conspiracy. His ordeal forces him to grow from an immature teen to a resourceful, responsible man who not only learns more about himself, but gains a deeper appreciation of the people around him.

Haul Up Romeo

Well, they had other things setup, such as softball, flag football, basketball, and other things.Of course, I played softball whenever I didn't have duty and still played when I did because Clark stoodby formeor either senior chief ...

Author: BM2 (SW) Charles L. Williams

Publisher: Xlibris Corporation

ISBN: 149317844X

Category: Biography & Autobiography

Page: 54

View: 354

February 27, 1986. I was looking out the window of my airplane that I caught to Chicago from Atlanta, Georgia—my first plane ride. I see nothing but snow and ice being from the south. I may have only seen snow maybe twice my whole life. Over the plane intercom, ladies and gentlemen, please return to your seats, we are preparing to land. I’m saying to myself she can’t be talking to me I’m already seated. So as we land, the stewardess says again, “Welcome to Chicago O’Hare airport. I left the plane and three other guys that I met at the Meps station in Atlanta and begin our journey by looking for the USO as we were told to do. I knew Atlanta has a big airport, but for some reasons, O’Hare seems bigger. Remember now I’m from the country, so everything I see from this point on is all good to me. We finally see the USO. We pass by this janitor glaring at us saying great mistakes, huh, uh, uh-uh. (That is what they called Great Lakes Naval Training Center back then.) We just looked at him and kept walking. Once we reach the USO, there is a guy in there telling old sea stories about his time in the navy.