The Best Bay Area Sports Arguments: The 100 Most Controversial, Debatable Questions for Die-Hard Fans by Cam Inman | Paperback | Barnes & Noble
Best Bay Area Sports Arguments: The 100 Most Controversial, Debatable Questions for Die-Hard Fans

Best Bay Area Sports Arguments: The 100 Most Controversial, Debatable Questions for Die-Hard Fans

by Cam Inman
     
 

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WHO'S THE BEST?
WHO'S THE WORST?

Every Bay Area fan knows that the only thing better than watching sports is arguing about the - picking the best, the worst, and who will come out on top. And no region tears its sports teams apart like we do in Northern California.

Veteran sportswriter Cam Inman takes you inside the 100 best debates in Bay Area

Overview

WHO'S THE BEST?
WHO'S THE WORST?

Every Bay Area fan knows that the only thing better than watching sports is arguing about the - picking the best, the worst, and who will come out on top. And no region tears its sports teams apart like we do in Northern California.

Veteran sportswriter Cam Inman takes you inside the 100 best debates in Bay Area sports. Covering the 49ers, Raiders, Giants, A's, Sharks, Warriors, and beyond, every question you want to debate is here - as well as a few surprises.

  • Joe vs. Steve:
    Who deserved to start for the 49ers?
  • Which Raiders season was the best?
  • What's theWarriors' all-time starting five?
  • Is Barry Bonds a first-ballot Hall of Famer?
  • Was the A's best home run hit by a Bash Brother?
  • Were Cal's five laterals legal in The Play?

Also included is a foreword by John Madden.

Product Details

ISBN-13:
9781402213700
Publisher:
Sourcebooks
Publication date:
10/01/2008
Series:
Best Sports Arguments Series
Pages:
320
Product dimensions:
8.46(w) x 5.42(h) x 0.67(d)

Meet the Author

Cam Inman (California) is a sports columnist for the Contra Costa Times. He has covered the NFL, MLB, NBA, and more. Inman graduated from Cal Poly-San Luis Obispo and worked for the San Luis Obispo Tribune and Santa Maria Times before joining Contra Costa Newspapers in 1995. A Bay Area native, he lives in Pleasanton with his family.

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