About the Book
What Are the Chances is broken up into sections of accomplishments from rare, really rare, super rare, almost impossible, and never happened, and highlights more than 200 game-changing, signature sports accomplishments that are the benchmark of success and history-making. The book features interesting facts and figures from the history of the sporting world from horse racing’s Triple Crown, to MLB, NFL, NBA and tennis. Fully stocked with more than 120 pages of legendary facts, What Are the Chances? engages its reader with breathtaking sports photography from the Sports Illustrated archives. By holding the full slate of rare, to almost impossible, to never happened feats, this book is sure to bolster the knowledge of even the most sports savvy kids and serve as an introduction to hallmark sports history.
My Take on the Book
This book is for the person who not only enjoys sports, but also knows or wants to know the information on records set by athletes. The table of contents divides the content into: rear, really rare, super rare, almost impossible, and never happened.
The content intrigued me so I had to read through each section. Here are a few examples from the book: LaDainian Tonlinson made 30 touchdowns in one season. Another amazing fete was accomplished by the University of Connecticut Huskies. Shabazz Napier scored 22 points in the title game over Kentucky. A night later Breanna Stewart scored 21 in the women's win over Notre Dame. The school became national champs in the same season.
I believe if you enjoy sports , you will enjoy reading this book of sport facts.
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