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The Jordan Rules A SUPER TEAMA SUPERSTARA SUPER EGO The Most Gifted Athlete Ever To Play The Game, Michael Jordan Rose To Heights No Basketball Player Had Ever Reached Before What Drove Michael Jordan The Pursuit Of Team Successor Of His Own Personal Glory The Pursuit Of Excellenceor Of His Next Multimillion Dollar Endorsement The Flight Of The Man They Call Air Jordan Had Been Rocked By Controversy In The Jordan Rules, Which Chronicles The Chicago Bulls First Championship Season, Sam Smith Takes The Bull By The Horns To Reveal The Team Behind The Manand The Man Behind The Madison Avenue Smile Here Is The Inside Game, Both On And Off The Court, Including Jordan S Power Struggles With Management, From Verbal Attacks On The General Manager To Tantrums Against His CoachBehind The Scenes Feuds, As Jordan Punches A Teammate In Practice And Refuses To Pass The Ball In The Crucial Minutes Of Big GamesThe Players Who Competed With His Airness For Air Time Scottie Pippen, Horace Grant, Bill Cartwright Telling Their Sides Of The StoryA Penetrating Look At Coach Phil Jackson, The Former Flower Child Who Blossomed Into One Of The NBA S Top Motivators And Who Finally Found A Way To Coax Michael And The Jordanaires To The Their First Title A Provocative Eyewitness Account, The Jordan Rules Delivers All The Nonstop Excitement, Tension, And Thrills Of A Championship Season And An Intense, Fascinating Portrait Of The Incomparable Michael Jordan


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10 thoughts on “The Jordan Rules

  1. says:

    Reprinted from my website Secure Immaturity A good sports book is one that, even if the ending is known, still builds suspense and doubt in the reader In that regard, The Jordan Rules, by then first time author Sam Smith is a failure The book follows the exploits of the 1990 1991 Chicago Bulls.probably the least impressive of the six champio


  2. says:

    What struck me the most in the book was the attitude that Jordan had toward basketball In the book Jordan talks about how he could not wait for his contract to end so that he could retire and play golf I would think that the arguably best basketball player would never want to quit and would want to play for as long as possible and win as much as poss


  3. says:

    lms for TBH so bored at school ___


  4. says:

    I had no idea that the Bulls first championship season was so dysfunctional Jordan was selfish and hadn t realized yet that he couldn t win championships without the help of his teammates This was the first season they implemented the triangle in an effort to force the ball out of MJ s hands, but he kind of refused to use the offensive system and I got the sense they


  5. says:

    My name is Connor To, and I have the privilege to interview the best basketball player ever, Michael Jordan A biography about his life, called The Jordan Rules, by Sam Smith, breaks down his whole basketball career A humble legend, born in Brooklyn, New York He is one of the hardest workers ever to play the sport, always motivated and determined to be the best, and hated to lo


  6. says:

    He can do whatever he wants It all comes so easy to him He s just not a basketball player.The Jordan Rules follows the Chicago Bulls during the 1990 91 season It s a chronological accounting of what happened and why I found the book boring at times, wishing the author would ve decided to skip some of the less exciting months Or at least decided to give them less focus.The two m


  7. says:

    Finally read this book, you know, 25 years after it was relevant, but it s a great look into that Bulls first championship team of the 90s At first I thought it was amazing that it didn t harm Jordan s reputation , but then I realized that books are for nerds, and there s no place for nerds in sports.


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    TITLE THE JORDAN RULESYEAR 1992AUTHOR SAM SMITH OF PAGES 378INTENDED AUDIENCE SPORTS FANSMAIN ISSUE STRUGGLES OF HAVING AN ALLSTARSETTING MICHAEL JORDAN AND THE BULLS IN CHICAGOS FIRST YEARS OF STARDOMMAIN CHARACTERS MICHAEL JORDAN, PHIL JACKSON, AND JERRY KRAUSESTORY SUMMARY THE CHICAGO BULLS AQUIRED MICHAEL JORDAN AS THEIR FIRST DRAFT PICK IN THE 1984 DRAFT HE WAS THE THIRD PICK IN THE DRAFT UNDER HAK


  9. says:

    Solid, revealing insider s tale on the MJ led Chicago Bulls If you re interested in team psychology or the life of a pro sports team or just a Bulls fan , this is the book for you On a much deeper scale, what could be called a scathing analysis of Jordan in this book can also be viewed as a validation to the presence of the narcissistic, manically competitive shadows that complement the light of the gifted, exce


  10. says:

    Here is a book full of fun anecdotes and several engaging theses Phil Jackson is a genius Jerry Krause is a douchebag Stacey King is the fat guy who sucks and mires all of this in shitty writing I don t understand how a chronological, journalistic history about 15 people you basically know personally can somehow have a muddy chronology and manage to confuse, but Sam Smith managed to do it Three stars basically by virtue


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