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rkg7, November 21, 2011 (view all comments by rkg7)
hello, i have been trying for get my hands on a copy of the dvd that comes with this book called "fast break" and was hoping some one who owned the book would be willing to sell it to me? i am willing to pay double the value of the dvd it self, or negoriate other prices, please let me know.
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rivergirl, June 26, 2007 (view all comments by rivergirl)
This book is a great choice for sports enthusiasts, as well as non. I fall into the latter category and was skeptical at first about the book, but wow!

The anthology is geniously compiled to give the reader personal accounts of the championship and makes one feel the true pride of Oregon. True entertainment. It is a perfect choice for yourself or as a gift.

I cannot wait to read the first two books in this trilogy on Oregon. They all are a must read. Great job Matt Love. 'Red Hot' indeed!
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Bill Waugh, June 20, 2007 (view all comments by Bill Waugh)
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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Hubbard Girl, June 18, 2007 (view all comments by Hubbard Girl)
Wow! What an amazing collection of essays. SO many different perpectives and engaging stories. Thank you Matt Love for not giving up and getting this book out to the true fans and Oregonians.

I'm now reading Matt's other works and am impressed by the intelligent and sensual prose. Keep it up Matt! We need more people like you to keep our history fresh.
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Traci , May 28, 2007 (view all comments by Traci )
I gave Red Hot and Rollin' to my Dad this morning when he delivered some fresh caught halibut. He opened the book mid sentence and I could see him transport back to 76-77 immediately. He announced excerpts of the book then related his connection to the blazers in 76-77' as a high school basketball coach when his girls b-ball team from Jefferson Oregon nearly got to play for Blazers half time..one tier away in their competition and they would have been on the same court. He continued to read and tell me everything he remembered as the book and pictures sparked more memories. I watched my Dad light up as we relived the pre and post season, the players, the big game, and everything regarding the Blazer 76-77 championship. My dad was excited to get home and dive into the rest of the book. Red Hot and Rollin' returned us to the time of heart pounding Blazermania excitement and has given us back a piece of our history to share and rememious. Thanks Matt Love!
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