Life on the Run.

Life on the Run.
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New York: Quadrangle/The New York Times Book Co., 1976. 8vo., 229 pp. Original blue cloth with title printed in white to backstrip, original dust jacket with title printed to the upper cover in op art style, and photo of the author by George Kalinsky to lower cover. Some foxing to edges, binding slightly bumped at corners, jacket in good condition except for some chipping to upper edges; very good copy. Gift inscription in ink by the author on the title page, “For Kevin, Best Wishes...” First edition, inscribed. An autobiography by New York Knickerbocker Bill Bradley, in which he frames his life and career through 20 days of a season. He is one of only two players to have won an NBA championship, an Olympic gold medal, and a Euroleague title. Bradley also ran for President in 2000. (Item Id: 107486)

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