Have you been longing for a book that provides deep analysis on the worst basketball team of all time? One whose author also likens his work to that of the great mid-century existentialist philosopher Albert Camus? Well, have I got a book for you!
This book has it all. Meditations on a terrible basketball team; a list of his favorite player names that sound like Presidents; comparisons of athletes, coaches, and teams to everything from Iran to serial killers to mafia thugs to gay sitcom neighbors...there is something for everyone here. (Then again, there's probably a lot for nobody.)
I would say that this is what a 7-win basketball team does to a fan, except that Blogcat has been this demented forever. In these pages, as the 2011-12 season of his favorite team, the Charlotte Bobcats, becomes increasingly hopeless, so does Blogcat's mental state. Hopefully you'll find this book at least slightly more funny than it is disturbing.
This book will be a favorite for fans of any sport, and/or fans of seeing someone suffer. At $1.99, what have you got to lose? I can tell you this much for sure: less than 59 out of 66 games.
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by on October 26, 2016
- Blogcat, October 2012
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