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Soul of the Game: Images & Voices of Street Basketball

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Soul of the Game is the soul of basketball, a celebration in images and voices that captures the players, the games, the shots, and the moves of the urban playground. From John Huet, the premier sports photographer who brought his look to the Nike "Trash Talk" ads, here are 100 powerful black-and-white, large-format portraits of Arkansas Red, Jackie Jackson, Nate Archibald ...more
Hardcover, 148 pages
Published January 10th 1997 by Workman Publishing Company
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Jon Kapp
Aug 10, 2012 Jon Kapp rated it it was amazing
Soul of the Game delivers on its name. The game is more diverse that what we see here, but the book leaves you with a good image of street basketball in the US.
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Slam dunk photography and poems! -- Steve Fondiller, Teen Librarian
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