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If we were searching for one word to describe Michael Jordan, Dwyane Wade, or Kobe Bryant, the word "relentless" would be very fitting. So it is also fitting that their renowned trainer, Tim Grover of Attack Athletics, has named his latest book Relentless: From Good to Great to Unstoppable.
Reading the book you also figure out very quickly that "relentless" also relates to Grover's personality and drive. Grover's relentlessness landed him Jordan as a client in the early days, and he hasn't stopped pushing since then. Relentless (the book) teaches you Grover's philosophy on how to live life to it's fullest, whether you are an athlete, a parent, an executive, or whatever you want to excel in. For basketball fans, it's an unprecedented inside look into the minds of highly driven athletes like Jordan and Kobe and how they reached the heights they reached in their careers. An informative and inspiring book.
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Kobe Bryant has never apologized for being a sometimes difficult superstar, and the five-time NBA champion says he'd rather be remembered as a winner than as a good teammate.
Bryant made the statement in a Facebook post and explained his feelings to ESPNLA this week.
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Dwyane Wade of the Miami Heat says he woke up with swelling and stiffness in his left knee on Wednesday, one day after getting hit in Game 6 of the NBA Finals against San Antonio.
Wade missed the start of the second half of Game 6 while getting treatment, then returned. He has no doubt that he will play in Game 7 on Thursday, when the Heat and Spurs will decide this season's...
LeBron James and the Miami Heat stepped up to claim what is theirs on Monday.
The Heat pulled away early in the second period as the Heat went on to win 99-76 over the Indiana Pacers.
James scored 32 points and eight rebounds.
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