I liked the history of how her career came about and I liked the behind the scene stories of the players and coaches. And, of course how her disease is progressing and how she is handling it.
I really enjoy her discussions about the role her son plays in her life. I also like the Connecticut's Gino A. discussion.
The way she remembers her players.
Highly recommend it.
Growing up in Indiana, basketball was almost a religion for me. So why have I never heard of Red Auerbach? Probably because he wasn’t on the HS team? What a sheltered life!!
Feinstein does a great job of showcasing how this great coach approaches life – lots of wisdom, humor and insight into basketball and life. Great storytelling about a charming and fascinating man