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Wooden: A Coach's Life (Anglais) Relié – 14 janvier 2014

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4.0 étoiles sur 5 This book gives a good balanced account of his life (as it should) but ... 6 mars 2015
Par Steven C. Erickson - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This book gives a good balanced account of his life (as it should) but I was hoping it would also provide more of his philosophy and methods that made him successful on the court. I found that "Wooden: A Lifetime of Observations and Reflections On and Off the Court" is a good companion to this book. Reading the biography first gives you a perspective you wouldn't have otherwise when reading the "philosophy of Wooden" in the smaller book. The reflections book provides some of what I felt was incomplete in the biography in terms of the Wooden Philosophy. For example, the pyramid is printed in the biography, but isn't really explained at all. Hearing in his own words how he developed the pyramid and what it meant to him was important to really understanding the man in my thinking.
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Par mitchell - Publié sur Amazon.com
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I did not have high expectations for this book. I knew Seth Davis' writing through SI and saw is commentary on CBS sports. Having finished the book today, I proclaim it not only one of the best sports books or biographies I have read but one of the best books period. The coach's life is both solidly reported and emotionally resonant. It is laudatory and balanced at the same time. I was a big fan of the Bruins as a child. Bill Walton is my favorite sports figure. I like dynasties and am not really for the underdog. Of course Coach Wooden had the players of a generation, but he also won with small lineups. Davis praises the teaching ability of Coach Wooden, but on personal relationships with players the Coach comes up short. Wooden is not really a wizard, he is a vulnerable human in the vortex of the greatest sports domination in history. I was fascinated by his relationship with J.D. Morgan, and Davis pulls no punches on the influence of Sam Gilbert. The portrayal of an aging Wooden in physical decline is touching and nuanced.
On the eve of the NCAA men's basketball championship, I am going directly to the Davis book on Magic and Larry.
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 I loved discovering that Coach Wooden was 13 octobre 2014
Par Barry Mann - Publié sur Amazon.com
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A very thoroughly researched and well-written biography about a basketball coach who was "The Man" in college basketball when I came along. I loved discovering that Coach Wooden was, indeed, quite human like the rest of us and not always the angelic example that the press and basketball elite would have you believe during his days on the bench. I was very intrigued by the way he coached and developed relationships with his players. Although he chose to be more of a father than a friend to his players, he was able to effectively combined that inate Midwestern discipline with a flexibility that was particularly needed during the '60s and '70s when societal changes proliferated. And while I enjoyed the many chapters that focused on the talented players he continued to bring to UCLA -- from Walt Hazzard and Gail Goodrich through the Walton Gang years -- the essence of Coach Wooden was captured best in the closing chapters when you saw the respect that he earned from virtually all of his former players, even from those with whom he had serious conflicts during their playing days. This Duke University author did quite well (sometimes hard for a UNC-CH graduate to admit)!
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4.0 étoiles sur 5 A Good Man under the microscope 16 juin 2014
Par Todd James - Publié sur Amazon.com
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Thought the book was well researched and probably pretty accurate in terms of his life, but also felt it was looking for
the negative side of Wooden throughout his life. Not sure if anyone was under that kind of microscope would come
out totally clean. Not saying that Wooden was perfect and he had his faults, but in general he was a person of high morals and
tried to live them daily with the people he dealt with both in coaching and life. As a coach myself, you will always have
people who thought they should have played more or got a bad deal from you and you have to learn to live with it. I think
in most cases Wooden was fair to those who played for him and generally looked at the team over the individual when
coaching. Since his impact seemd to be so long standing on many of those he coached, he must have influenced many
of them more than they thought. Have read almost every book on Wooden and this did bring some new light to who he was
and how he coached and lived. All I know, is that I wrote him once and I live in Ireland and he wrote me back. He didn't know me
and yet he responded with kindness and concern. Speaks pretty highly of him I think!
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5.0 étoiles sur 5 What a great biography 9 février 2014
Par Mr H - Publié sur Amazon.com
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This is the third book I have about John Wooden, the other two were written by him. One explaining how to become the best person you can be and the other was directed more for young adults to introduce them to his rules on life and the pyramid of success. I bought the second one for one of my grandson's to enjoy, but his older brother just fell in love with it (he kept a copy of the pyramid on the front of his school binder, written by himself, for a whole year!) So, growing up in the high desert in California from 69-73, I fell in love with UCLA basketball and especially became attached to the Walton gang. I really had know idea this book would have the effect on me that it did. With a little imagination, I felt as if l was there, experiencing Wooden's life as it unfolded on the pages in front of me. All the warts and all, making him come to life and showing what a great teacher he was at basketball, and at life. It is as complete of a picture of a man as one can get. If anyone wants to know the rest of story of John Wooden, then this is the book for you. And it's nice to see the direct lineage from Naismith, to Wooden's coaches, to Wooden himself. You get to experience basketball from its' beginning to what the modern game has become. It's a fascinating look at the history of basketball as well as the lifetime of John Wooden.
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