Madness: The Man Who Changed Basketball

Madness: The Man Who Changed Basketball

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Author: Mike DeLucia

Binding: Audible Audiobook

Format: Unabridged

Publisher: Mike DeLucia

Release Date: 23-09-2019

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Finalist, Sports - 2019 International Book Awards  

Madness is the intriguing story of Hank Luisetti, the predawn of March Madness and how modern basketball was born.   

The majority of searches say Michael Jordan is the best basketball player of all time, but many others oppose this. While Jordan's rank is debatable, a respectable dream team would include Kevin Durant, Bill Russell, Hakeem Olajuwon, Dr. J, Tim Duncan, Jerry West, Kobe Bryant, Wilt Chamberlain, Larry Bird, Shaquille O'Neal, LeBron James, Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson, Stephen Curry, Michael Jordan, and Hank Luisetti.   

Chances are, you've never heard of Hank Luisetti. But this wouldn't be a legitimate discussion without the Hall of Fame legend whose celebrity caused a basketball revolution.   

James Naismith invented basketball in 1891; Hank Luisetti reinvented it in 1936. Hank changed basketball's genetic footprint when he popularized the one-handed shot. He could jump so high and stay up so long, he seemed to defy gravity.  

Was Luisetti better than Jordan? That's impossible to say because they played in different eras. But Hank Luisetti was basketball's first superstar and what he did for the game is unprecedented.   

This historical fiction novel is based on the basketball achievements of Hank Luisetti. Some actual events, aspects, and characters have been fictionalized. Get the audiobook now! Visit the author's website: www.booksbymikedelucia.com

Languages: English