In a single moment, an entire career reputation can be sealed and a franchise’s history cemented thanks to a last-second, game-winning finish, and this book chronicles 50 of the most memorable finishes in Detroit sports. Vibrant four-color photos, statistics, quotes, and stories offer fresh details on some of the most famous events in Detroit sports history, including the Pistons’ Vinnie Johnson sealing Detroit’s second straight NBA championship against the Blazers in 1990, Michigan’s last-second touchdown to defeat previously unbeaten Penn State at the Big House in October 2005, and Stevie Y’s 55-footer to lead the Detroit Red Wings over the St. Louis Blues in the second overtime of Game 7 of the Western Conference semifinals. For those sports fans too young to have seen these famous moments or for those who wish to relive them over and over again, this encyclopedia of sporting greatness is a must-have for all passionate Detroit fans.
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