Falling from Grace by Terry Pluto

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A respected and experienced sportswriter offers a brutally frank critique of the modern world of professional basketball, examining how it has fallen to its current low level after the extraordinary popularity it enjoyed only recently. 25,000 first printing.

About Terry Pluto

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Terry Pluto is one of the most prolific sportswriters of our day, writing primarily about baseball and basketball. He lives near Akron, Ohio.
Published June 1, 1995 by Diane Pub Co. 319 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors. Non-fiction

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Perhaps the National Basketball Association is in trouble when one of its preeminent chroniclers can refer to the notorious Charles Barkley as one of the ``good guys.'' Pluto (The Curse of Rocky Colavito, 1994, etc.) laments that this once fast, offense-oriented game is going ``through a period o...

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When Akron Beacon-Journal sports columnist Pluto (Tall Tales) writes on basketball, attention must be paid, for he combines a knowledge of the game with the cool objectivity of a good reporter. The ga

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