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Ain't No Tomorrow
An all-access look at the Lakers' championship season. . "Elizabeth Kaye is a wonderful writer--as a reporter she's like a bulldog--she grabs onto you and doesn't let go until she figures out everything about you. Throughout "Ain't No Tomorrow," she discovers and explains the game of basketball in a way that no one ever has. She takes the reader through the mental ...more
Hardcover, 256 pages
Published March 25th 2002 by McGraw-Hill
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This book isn't like most books. This book is about Kobe Bryant and the Lakers and they make it to 4 finals and win 3 of them. Kobe gets injury and injury as the years go in his career. He retired in 2016 with 5 final trophies and 3 MVP trophies. Kobe Bryant was one of the most hard working NBA players to ever play.
In the novel “Ain’t No Tomorrow” by Elizabeth Kaye the whole story is based on the Lakers before and after winning there NBA championship. This novel talks all about all of the players and coaches on the Lakers during their time period of building there dynasty to win the championship and then there effort and hard work after their championship win to get another one. The main message in this book I believe is to always put in a hundred and ten percent effort to reach your goal and to give ...more
A decent book. The main issue is that it basically reads like more of a glorified research paper than an insider look at one of the NBA's most successful and entertaining teams. There were literally dozens of story lines on this championship squad, and the book doesn't really give us any new insights. Some of this is understandable considering the author's lack of basketball knowledge, but let me put it this way: if a true basketball fan with decent literary ability had been given access to this ...more
This book was okay nothing amazing or memorable. The reason this book was not very good I believe was because it is written poorly and does not sustain my attention when I was reading it. The book was primarily about Kobe Bryant and Shaquille O Neal as well as the lakers journey through their three NBA championships. I would not recommend this book and I believe it focused too much on facts and did not go deep enough into the players themselves or the team which is what I was hoping the book was ...more