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I am so glad that I chose this book Season on the Brink It shed new light in the life of Bobby Knight John Feinstein wrote this book masterfully which is why this book was once a best seller I felt like Feinsteins point of view allowed us the audience to see the good the bad and the ugly of Bobby Knight By the way the entire book is in Feinsteins point of view The Setting for most of the book except for road games is Bloomington Indiana The climate is mostly dreary cool rainy days We are introduced in this story to Bob Knight who in the past years had went to the olympics and won a gold medal and the season after he won gold in 1985 he had his worst season of his career at Indiana This book is written to show what Bob Knight does when his back is against the wall and what he needs to do to get himself and his team success In the 1st chapter we meet one of the protagonists a guy named Darryl Thomas who was a mellow laid back kid who lacked motivation You kind of feel bad for the kid because you know he could do so well if he really wanted to be The other protagonist was Steve Alford who was a unathletic but very talented guy who could shoot like no other He had a great desire to win and Knight liked him overall This he is why the only antagonist other then Bob Knight and in many ways he was just a semi antagonist In many ways Knight also was a protangonist it just depended on the situation The entire book describes the ups and downs of the 1986 season During the season fans were generally rough on Bobby Knight due to a chair
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