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But Parker was second team all-NBA. Guess all the basketball cognoscenti in here are smarter than those who see 100 basketball games a year.
57. The Assassin 1993 W.E.B. Griffin The usual gang of suspect catchers foil an attempt to blow up the Vice President, and discover the identity of a dirty cop importing drugs at the airport. Pretty Good
A complete set??? Awesome. Now we just have to get Clockwise to read a couple...
No- just all the ones my Dad had. Once I polish off all the other books in my queue I'll probably cruise back for some more.
56. North to The Rails Louis L'Amour 1971 OK- I'm out of Louis L'Amour. Bummer. A tenderfoot dude becomes a real Western guy on a cattle drive.
Hell would freeze over first. Duncan=Loyalty>LeBron= Royalty (copped from a BILLBOARD here in SA)ThisMore points, but he can't play defense.Parker is still tradeable IMO.Danny Green would make a lot more money on another team.
55. Where She Went 2011 Gayle Forman Sequel to if If I Stay...chronicles the continuing story of couple Mia Hall (cellist) and Adam Wilde (punk musician). I thoroughly enjoyed the book. IMO both books will be put together in the movie due out in August.
You could join the 50 books thread. We don't really expect people to read 50 books in a year, but there are a number of genres and books you could choose from. The "what are you reading now" thread also has some excellent suggestions.
Love would be a great fit for the Spurs with Timmy retiring in a year. But who to trade for him? Best wait till he goes free agent. BTW does he have a no-trade?
54. If I Stay Gayle Forman 2009 A gifted young cellist is in an horrific accident and is the only survivor. The book centers on her thoughts about choosing to stay alive as she wanders around the hospital in spirit form. And then, when she is too weak to do so, in her bed. More YA fiction- but another upcoming father daughter movie with an aspiring cellist of my own . Highly recommended.
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