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  • Author:
    Larry Bird,Dan Shaughnessy
  • ISBN:
    1558505482
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    978-1558505483
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    Adams Media Corp (October 1, 1995)
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Seeing Red: The Red Auerbach Story Paperback – October 1, 1995.

Seeing Red: The Red Auerbach Story Paperback – October 1, 1995. by. Dan Shaughnessy (Author). Longtime Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy is perhaps most famous for his writing about baseball, but in 1994 he penned this superb biography of Boston Celtics coach and executive Red Auerbach. Auerbach won sixteen titles in his tenure with the Celtics, and "Seeing Red" tells the story of this legendary NBA figure. Auerbach grew up in Brooklyn and went to college in Washington . and after brief stops elsewhere he became the head coach of the Celtics in 1950.

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Along the way, his goal was a common one-winning. Includes a foreword by Larry Bird. Stores ▾. Audible Barnes & Noble Walmart eBooks Apple Books Google Play Abebooks Book Depository Alibris Indigo Better World Books IndieBound.

Dan Shaughnessy (born July 20, 1953) is an American sports writer. He has covered the Boston Red Sox for the Boston Globe since 1981. In 2016, he was given the . Taylor Spink Award by the Baseball Hall of Fame. Shaughnessy is often referred to by his nickname "Shank," given by the 1980s Boston Celtics team for the often unflattering and critical nature of his articles.

Shaughnessy, Dan. Publication date. Auerbach, Red, 1917-2006, Boston Celtics (Basketball team), Basketball coaches, Basketball coaches - United States - Biography, United States, Basketball coaches. Books for People with Print Disabilities. Internet Archive Books. Uploaded by ttscribe23. hongkong on February 21, 2018.

Dan Shaughnessy, is the ideal author for this first-ever full-scale biography of Red Auerbach. In Seeing Red, he has crafted a vivid, true-to-life portrait of a living legend whose career spans the history of the NB. -BOOK JACKET. Title Summary field provided by Blackwell North America, Inc. All Rights Reserved.

Seeing Red: The Red Auerbach Story, foreword by Larry Bird, Adams Media Corp. SIDELIGHTS: Sportswriter and journalist Dan Shaughnessy is the author of numerous books on sports history

Seeing Red: The Red Auerbach Story, foreword by Larry Bird, Adams Media Corp. At Fenway: Dispatches from Red Sox Nation, Crown (New York, NY), 1996. Fenway: A Biography in Words and Pictures, photographs by Stan Grossfeld, Houghton Mifflin (Boston, MA), 1999. Spring Training: Baseball's Early Season, Houghton Mifflin (Boston, MA), 2003. SIDELIGHTS: Sportswriter and journalist Dan Shaughnessy is the author of numerous books on sports history. A sports columnist for the Boston Globe, he frequently writes books on Boston-area sports topics and themes.

Find nearly any book by Larry Bird. Seeing Red: The Red Auerbach Story. by Dan Shaughnessy, Larry Bird. Get the best deal by comparing prices from over 100,000 booksellers. ISBN 9781558505483 (978-1-55850-548-3) Softcover, Adams Media Corp, 1995.

Red Auerbach Memorial worn by the Celtics for the 2006–07 NBA season. In 1994, Seeing Red was written with Dan Shaughnessy. Auerbach was the author of seven books. He also wrote a pair of books with Joe Fitzgerald: Red Auerbach: An Autobiography and Red Auerbach On and Off the Court. Management by Auerbach was co-authored with Ken Dooley. In October 2004, his last book, Let Me Tell You a Story, was co-authored with sports journalist John Feinstein.

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Longtime Boston Globe columnist Dan Shaughnessy is perhaps most famous for his writing about baseball, but in 1994 he penned this superb biography of Boston Celtics coach and executive Red Auerbach. Auerbach won sixteen titles in his tenure with the Celtics, and "Seeing Red" tells the story of this legendary NBA figure.

Auerbach grew up in Brooklyn and went to college in Washington D.C., and after brief stops elsewhere he became the head coach of the Celtics in 1950. He came up short in his first several seasons in Boston, but after he drafted Bill Russell the franchise established itself as the NBA's best, winning eleven titles in thirteen years. While recalling the history of that dynasty, Shaughnessy notes some of Auerbach's management techniques as a coach that helped set him apart.

Auerbach left the bench in 1966 to become the team's general manager, and the book recalls the moves that he made that helped keep the team near the top through the Bird Era in the 1980s. Shaughnessy includes the viewpoints of those who knew him and were admirers, but notes the perspective of a few adversaries as well. As well tracing the story of Auerbach's long career in the NBA, "Seeing Red" talks of little-known facts about Auerbach including favorite TV shows and dog breed. The forward by Larry Bird is great. Fans of the old NBA, especially Celtics fans, would enjoy this look back at the life of one of the indispensable figures of the early NBA.