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  • Anonymous

    Posted February 15, 2001

    Eagerly Anticipating!!

    In the world of sports, Phil Jackson is nothing short of a God when it comes to coaching. His methods, his mind, his spiritualism all have helped him lead team after team to the coveted NBA World Championship Trophy. And now he, along with Charley Rosen, have documented what it took to bring the L.A. Lakers back to the glory, and 'showtime' we all remember. And what's even more exciting - I have found out Phil Jackson will be at Bookstar - Beverly Connection to sign this new book, on April 18th at 6pm! I look forward to reading this book; and I especially look forward to meeting Phil Jackson as well.

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  • Anonymous

    Posted March 6, 2001

    Jackson and Rosen Throw A Changeup

    This is a different approach, a mix of Phil Jackson's frank observations about his team and his own life along with writer friend Charley Rosen's take on Jackson's new setup in Los Angeles. The bonuses include Rosen's excellent sections on topics and people associated with Jackson's life. Jackson contributes more insight into his approach, his team and his personal journey. Roland Lazenby, author of Mindgames, Phil Jackson's Long Strang

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