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Hardcover I Love Being the Enemy: A Season on the Court with the NBA's Best Shooter and Sharpest Tongue Book

ISBN: 0684813890

ISBN13: 9780684813899

I Love Being the Enemy: A Season on the Court with the NBA's Best Shooter and Sharpest Tongue

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Reggie Miller on the New York Knicks: I'm telling you right now, I hate the Knicks. Absolutely hate those kids....Face it: The Knicks are dirty players. Let me take the back. They're not dirty... This description may be from another edition of this product.

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I Love Being the Enemy

I loved this book. It's a day by day journal of the emotional rollercoaster these players face. Reggie is my favorite player in the NBA. I enjoy reading any information emphasizing his great ability. I like how determined he is and how he doesn't let anyone stand in his way. He doesn't back down to anyone. Yet he has great respect to those who deserve it.

From Way Downtown

I particularly liked this sports book because it was a day by day diary of the NBA. You get a real feel for the life. Reggie Miller has lots of amusing anecdotes and opinions. I wish he'd put out a diary of every season or at least do a follow up to this book. I wonder what all he'd have to say about the last few Eastern Conference Finals, Larry Bird, and if he stills like the state of Indiana as much as before (given the fact that someone burnt his house down.)

The Best Book from the BEST player

After reading it in only one night,I learned so much about the NBA and the best player in the league. His insight and reflections showed how intelligent and talented he is. What can I say, he's the BEST!!

I have always loved Reggie Miller and this was just amazing!

I loved reading this book because I love him as a player and I now know what he is like on and off court. Somethings he does I don't approve of, but overall he is an intelligent, bright man. I loved reading about his personal thoughts about winning and losing. It was such a great book I read it 7 times (my book is falling apart). I give this book 5 stars because it was well written and it got personal with Reggie.

It's awesome baby!!!

Even though at times, he just seems like a foul-mouthed sharp-shooting player, Reggie is really a religous person. He also shares what it's like to not even be the best player in the family. His sister, Cheryl, is the Michael Jordan of women's hoops. He also shares his thoughts about hosting the famous game, the day Jordan came back. (My birthday, He He)
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