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Red Hot and Rollin': A Retrospection of the Portland Trail Blazers' 1976-77 NBA Championship Season w/DVD by Matt Love
Red Hot and Rollin': A Retrospection of the Portland Trail Blazers' 1976-77 NBA Championship Season w/DVD

Bill Waugh, June 20, 2007

I recently purchased Red Hot and Rollin' and couldn't get enough of it. Growing up a Blazermaniac is something that you can not explain to anyone outside of the west coast. Now that I live in St. Louis, MO people wonder why I still obsess over Portland and nearly cried when we won the draft lottery. They don't understand what it meant or what it means to have that level of pride in your area or team. The Cardinals fans come close, but nothing like it was in the summer of 1977. This is an amazing book and well worth the read. For anyone who remembers that time this book will take you back and allow you to feel inspired again. Now it's our time again, 30 years seems long enough to wait for another spectacular run.

Bill Waugh
Eureka, MO
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Red Hot and Rollin'

Bill Waugh, May 31, 2007

I recently purchased Red Hot and Rollin' and couldn't get enough of it. Growing up a Blazermaniac is something that you can not explain to anyone outside of the west coast. Now that I live in St. Louis, MO people wonder why I still obsess over Portland and cried when we won the draft lottery last week. They don't understand what it meant or what it means to have that level of pride in your area or team. The Cardinals fans come close, but nothing like it was in the summer of 1977. This is an amazing book and well worth the read. For anyone who remembers that time this book will take you back and allow you to feel inspired again. Now it's our time again, 30 years seems long enough to wait for another spectacular run.

Bill Waugh
Eureka, MO
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(4 of 7 readers found this comment helpful)



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