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'One of the things I genuinely looked forward to whenever I attended a Maryland basketball game

was having a pre-game sit-down with John. We'd catch up on things and then start talking hoops. I

always walked away from the conversation feeling smarter―or at least more knowledgeable than

before. John knew everything and everyone on the subject of local hoops―high school, college,

and, probably, schoolyard. What always came through was how much he loved it. Going to games

at Maryland will never be the same for me without John. This book will let me carry some of those

happy memories with me forever.' ―John Feinstein, columnist for The Washington Post

and CBSsportsradio.com 'It's sadly rare to come across sportswriters who are both expert in their

field and generous with their knowledge. It's equally rare, amid the sporting world's current fixation

on point spreads and fantasy leagues, to find sportswriters who invest the time and care to

understand and portray athletes as people rather than assets. John was that rare gem―an expert

in DC-area sports, a generous colleague, and a caring human being. It was my privilege to have

shared press boxes with John from 2011 on. Now, his expertise and insight are shared with all in

The Capital of Basketball.' ―Liz Clarke, sportswriter for The Washington Post 'The Capital of

Basketball provides important details on the players and coaches that made Washington DC

famous, including Danny Ferry, Johnny Dawkins, Grant Hill, Billy King, and Tommy Amaker who

helped take Duke to national prominence. Those of us at Duke and around the country know a trip

to DC during basketball season is a chance to see some of the country's best talent on the court.'

―Mike Krzyzewski, men's basketball head coach, Duke University 'In The Capital of Basketball

, John McNamara has crafted fascinating and revealing insights into a pivotal time in the history of

basketball and the city of Washington. John's reporting was always first-rate. No one saw the

game like he did. Here he tells the stories of all the great teams, the great players, the big games,

often told against a backdrop of the social convulsions that brought major changes on and off the

court in a city where basketball has always meant so much. John traces the history of Washingtonarea

basketball from its beginnings all the way through the 20th century. He tells the tales with deft

writing and snappy anecdotes to bring us all into the gymnasium. This book is awesome; it's

special. It's a real keeper. I love this book! This is a must read for anyone who wants to know

about the game of basketball.' ―Morgan Wootten, basketball coach, DeMatha Catholic High

School 'The Capital of Basketball is a must read. What a great history lesson on the greatness of

the DMV (DC, Maryland, and Virginia) and its impact on basketball. Len Bias was everything to us!


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