Top of the World by Peter May

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I’m on top of the world!” shouted Kevin Garnett after the Boston Celtics demolished the heavily favored Los Angeles Lakers for a league-leading seventeenth NBA championship. Peter May chronicles the amazing run of the team, who went from having the second-worst record in 2007 to leading the pack in 2008.

Drawing on interviews with the players, Coach Doc Rivers, and General Manager Danny Ainge, May charts the pivotal moments of the Celtics’ magical season. From rebuilding the team to capping off their stunning year with another championship, Top of the World brings readers every key moment of the Celtics’ wild ride.


About Peter May

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PETER MAY, winner of the Young Journalist of the Year in his native Scotland at age twenty-one and a literary prize winner, was a prolific television scriptwriter in the UK for nearly twenty years. He now lives in France with his wife.
Published October 28, 2008 by Da Capo Press. 261 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Literature & Fiction, History. Non-fiction

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