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Baron of the Bluegrass : Winning Words of Wisdom by and About Adolph Rupp, Legendary Kentucky Basketball Coach
by Mike Embry, Adolph Rupp
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Big Blue : 100 Years of Kentucky Wildcat Basketball
by Michael Bradley

Beyond the Brink With Indiana: 1987 NCAA Champions
by Bob Hammel
(Hardcover - May 1987)

Back to Back: The Story of Duke's 1992 Ncaa Basketball Championship
by Bill Brill
(Paperback - September 1992)
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The Duke Blue Devils Men's Basketball Team (Great Sports Teams)
by Tim O'Shei (Library Binding)

Five-Point Play: The Story of Duke's Amazing 2000-2001 Championship Season
by Mike Krzyzewski, et al

The Georgetown Hoyas Men's Basketball Team (Great Sports Teams)
by Howard Reiser
Reading level: Ages 9-12
Library Binding: 48 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.36 x 9.32 x 6.23
Enslow Publishers, Inc.;

Good Enough to Be Great: The Inside Story of Maryland Basketball's National Championship Season
by Josh Barr

The Kentucky Basketball Encyclopedia
by Tom Wallace, Brooks Downing

Official Rules of Basketball 2002 (NCAA)
by National Collegiate Athletic Association

March to the Finals: The History of College Basketball's Illustrious Finale
by Alan Minsky

Net Prospect: The Courting Process of Women's College Basketball Recruiting
by Lisa Liberty Becker
Paperback from Wish Publishing
Nice Girls Finish First: The Remarkable Story of Notre Dame's Rise to the Top of Women's College Basketball
by Mark Bradford, Coach Muffet McGraw, Muffet McGraw
Paperback from Diamond Communications
One Shining Season: The Amazing Story of Michigan State University's 1998-99 Men's Basketball Team

The Rainbow Circle of Excellence: Lessons from a Championship Season
by Riley Wallace, et al
Book Description: In this fascinating sports/motivational title, University of Hawaii head basketball coach Riley Wallace recounts how a multicultural group of college players from all over the world earned a bid to the NCAA Championship Tournament. Co-written with team psychologists Michael D'Andrea and Judy Daniels, The Rainbow Circle of Excellence shows how lessons learned on the court can help members of any group lead successful, more satisfying lives.
Paperback: 160 pages
Watermark Publishing LLC

The Same River Twice
The Same River Twice
by John Walters
Book Description: The author, a former staff writer at Sports Illustrated, spends the 2000-2001 season with the defending NCAA champion University of Connecticut women's basketball team.
Paperback from Gunkerhalter Press
28 February, 2002
Sweet Redemption: How Gary Williams and Maryland Beat Death and Despair to Win the NCAA Basketball Championship
by Gary Williams, David A. Vise

A Season on the Brink : A Year With Bob Knight and the Indiana Hoosiers
by John Feinstein
Why is A Season on the Brink the bestselling sports book of all time? The answer is easy: Bobby Knight. Audaciously brilliant, exasperatingly volatile, and never boring, the Indiana University basketball coach is Greek drama and comedy neatly wrapped in a red sweater. Like all high-strung people, Knight is particularly interesting when things don't go according to his playbook. John Feinstein had the good fortune to follow Knight and his Hoosiers through a difficult 1985-86 campaign; that Feinstein could watch that season attached to Knight's hip gives A Season on the Brink its sights and its sounds. That such closeness allowed entry into Knight's heart gives the book its fury. The combination is irresistible.
Paperback: 352 pages ; Dimensions (in inches): 0.87 x 8.37 x 5.49
Publisher: Fireside; Reissue edition (November 1989)
ISBN: 0671688774

2003 Official Rules of Basketball (NCAA)
by Ncaa

NCAA Basketball on DVD

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