George Dohrmann is a senior writer at Sports Illustrated and the magazine's investigative reporter. In 2000, while working at the St. Paul Pioneer Press, he won a Pulitzer Prize for a series of stories that uncovered a college basketball team's academic fraud. Dohrmann lives in San Francisco with his family. This is his first book.
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Book Review "Tremendous."--The Plain Dealer
"Indispensable."--The Wall Street Journal "A tour de force
of reporting, filled with deft storytelling and vivid character
studies."--The Washington Post "One of the finest sports
books of all time."--Harper's Magazine "Amazing stuff . . .
The Friday Night Lights of youth basketball."--Leigh
Montville, author of The Big Bam "A landmark achievement in
basketball journalism."--Kirkus Reviews (starred