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Take a courtside seat with author Vince McKee as he dishes out
the complete history of the Cleveland Cavaliers, from the founding of
the franchise in 1970 to the triumphant return of LeBron James in 2014.
Relive every major moment in team history. Highlights include draft
picks turned all-stars, such as LeBron James and Brad Daugherty;
coaching changes; heated rivalries; player departures; and dubious
distinctions like "the Shot" and "the Stepien Rule."
Get insight and analysis of every epic run from legendary sportscaster
Joe Tait; players Austin Carr, Craig Ehlo and Larry Nance; and others as
they reveal the untold true stories behind every major event in Cavs
history.

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Jul 05, 2015

This is the most poorly written book I've ever read. It reads like it was written by a college journalism student that simply leafed through a media guide. Entire portions of Cavs history are folded into few lines that offer no real insight. Leading scorers and their PPG average are often all the author bothers to capture. The few insightful interviews are leaned on so much (seemingly in their entirety) that they ruin any flow in their specific chapters.

As an avid Cavs fan, I was excited for This is the most poorly written book I've ever read. It reads like it was written by a college journalism student that simply leafed through a media guide. Entire portions of Cavs history are folded into few lines that offer no real insight. Leading scorers and their PPG average are often all the author bothers to capture. The few insightful interviews are leaned on so much (seemingly in their entirety) that they ruin any flow in their specific chapters.

As an avid Cavs fan, I was excited for this book. Candidly, you can get a much better overview of Cavs history from 'It's Been A Real Ball', Joe Tait's autobiography. Given that the author is a sportswriter, it's shocking how poorly he writes. ...more
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Jun 09, 2018

The rating speaks for itself. I don't really have any will to expound upon it.

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