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Weinreb offers a mesmerizing look at the 1980s when American athletics went corporate, villains replaced heroes, and sports stars became superstars.
Michael Weinreb is the author of Game of Kings (winner of a Quill award), and a former reporter for Newsday. His work has appeared in The Boston Globe, the Los Angeles Times, and other publications. He lives in Brooklyn, New York.
Table of Contents
|Ronnie Jim||p. 1|
|I Am Superman||p. 25|
|Interlude: Greenwood, South Carolina||p. 54|
|Glamour Profession||p. 61|
|We're Not Here to Start No Trouble||p. 84|
|Interlude: Summit, New Jersey||p. 114|
|Matches to a Fire||p. 118|
|A Major Malfunction||p. 147|
|Greed Is Healthy||p. 164|
|Interlude: Two Commonly Told Elements of the Len Bias Narrative That Are Almost Certainly False||p. 182|
|1103 Washington Hall||p. 186|
|What a Performance!||p. 209|
|Money Days||p. 221|
|A Casual Defiance||p. 238|
|The Old College Try||p. 256|
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