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One Last Shot: The Story of Michael Jordan's Comeback

3.29 of 5 stars 3.29  ·  rating details  ·  24 ratings  ·  4 reviews
One Last Shot gives Jordan fans the inside scoop they're looking for on basketball's greatest legend, with exclusive interviews from NBA executives, players, and coaches. Mitchell Krugel uses his fifteen years of following Michael Jordan's every move to explain why the man who left the game as The Greatest Player of All Time would risk his unparalleled legend to play again ...more
ebook, 320 pages
Published April 1st 2007 by Thomas Dunne Books (first published November 20th 2002)
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Awful book about Michael Jordan's comeback in 2001-2002 season with the Wizards. It's a potentially interesting topic, in that Jordan was (a) in a dual role, having acquired many of his teammates for the organization when he was VP of basketball operations, (b) old (for a pro basketball player) and dealing with knee injury, (c) dealing with pressure from fans to be as good as he once was or else get out of the game permanently, and (d) going through personal difficulties, incl. divorce, while in ...more
Michael Jordan in his final season. The story about a man trying to end his legacy without being trapped by it.
You have to really, really like basketball to like this book. This was just a recap of every game Michael Jordan played after he started playing for the Washington Wizards. I was hoping for more coverage of what his tenure was like with Washington, what the team and coaches and managers and owners were like, some of the inside story. Instead this was just a rehash of his seasons there. It was not even very well written either.
Rashad miller
I liked this book because one it was about basketball and also it was wrote by Micheal Jordan. This book was about him put his team on his back it was very interesting.If my book would be made into a movie it would be base on a basketball game and this one player put team team on his back and they win the national championship.This would be an action movie.the audience would be loud.
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