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How big was the pressure? How deep was the division? Those were the questions that would beg answering long after the Chicago Bulls had completed their strife-ridden 1997-98 season in the National Basketball Association. Blood on the Horns details the infighting and conflict between Jordan, coach Phil Jackson, teammate Scottie Pippen and the team's general manager, Jerry Krause, and managing partner, Jerry Reinsdorf. Through exclusive interviews with the team and staff, Lazenby expertly recreates the drama of 1997-98 and the Bulls' struggle to remain a team.

©1998 Roland Lazenby (P)2013 Audible, Inc.

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  • Danielle
  • 2015-05-31

Good book, Bad Narrating

Book is interesting but absolutely terribly narrated. Sounds like a robot reading it to me. Made the experience of hearing this book very bad.

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  • chris benoit
  • 2017-02-26

By far the worst narrator I've ever come across.

Book is decent enough, timeline is all over the place, unless you remember much of those years could get confusing. The narrator is horrific, had to speed it up just to make it listenable. He reads with no life or character. Almost entirely phonetically. Painful.

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  • Russell
  • 2020-08-22

nah!

monotone voice almost made me fall asleep. low budget The Lance Dance comparison i think.

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  • NSMY
  • 2020-07-11

Must Read (Listen) For Jordan Fans

Great stories from the Bulls' heyday of the 1990's ! Learned a few things I never knew about them and we reminded of some things that I forgot.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2018-09-26

Best Listen in a While

I enjoyed everything about this book. The detail of the backgrounds of all the players, management, and the team were sensational. Not only did this book spark nostalgia it opened my mind to becoming a better me. Strange, maybe, but you never know what’s going to tingle your senses and make you better. Somehow, it was this book.

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  • Brandon
  • 2016-12-19

great book if you are a fan of MJ

this is a great book if you are a fan of the 90 Chicago Bulls