Synopses & Reviews
Through the lens of Indiana basketball--once known as the cradle of Larry Bird and Gene Hackman's Hoosiers, now as the land of Ron Artest and a flashy, urban game--the story of how basketball became the hip-hop sport, and why that's not a bad thing, by the award-winning Sports Illustrated writer and Indiana native.
About the Author
L. Jon Wertheim is an award-winning writer for Sports Illustrated. He is the author of Venus Envy, a book about Venus Williams and the women's pro tennis circuit. Wertheim also regularly appears as a sports commentator on TV stations such as ESPN, CNN, and Fox, and on sports radio.