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Basketball is known for its fast-breaking, buzzer-beating action, and Creative Education is known for its stellar sports publishing. That excitement is capturedand that tradition continuedin The NBA: A History of Hoops, a series celebrating all 30 franchises of the National Basketball Association. With thrilling texts, interesting side panels, and lively player profiles set alongside vibrant photos, every teams origins, stars, greatest triumphs, and most unforgettable moments can be experienced like never before. This title provides an informative narration of the New Orleans Pelicans professional basketball teams history from its 1988 founding as the Charlotte Hornets to today, spotlighting memorable players and events.
Provides an overview of the history and key personalities of the New Orleans Hornets from 1987 to the present day.
"The history of the New Orleans Hornets professional basketball team from its start in Charlotte, North Carolina, in 1988 to today, spotlighting the franchise's greatest players and moments"--Provided by publisher.
Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 67. Chapters: Peja Stojakovi?, Chris Paul, Baron Davis, Bonzi Wells, James Posey, P. J. Brown, Emeka Okafor, Kenny Anderson, J. R. Smith, Carl Landry, Aleksandar Pavlovi?, Steve Smith, Jamaal Magloire, Stacey Augmon, Pops Mensah-Bonsu, Devin Brown, Tyson Chandler, Darrell Armstrong, Trevor Ariza, D. J. Mbenga, Rodney Rogers, David West, Mike James, Morris Peterson, David Andersen, Jerryd Bayless, Bo tjan Nachbar, Ryan Bowen, Chris Andersen, Antonio Daniels, Jason Hart, Jannero Pargo, Darius Songaila, Patrick Ewing, Jr., Arvydas Macijauskas, Desmond Mason, Bobby Jackson, Sean Marks, Marcus Fizer, Darren Collison, Speedy Claxton, Melvin Ely, Dan Dickau, Bobby Brown, Julian Wright, Shammond Williams, Jarrett Jack, Bryce Drew, Ike Diogu, Casey Jacobsen, Kirk Snyder, Hilton Armstrong, Linton Johnson, Lonny Baxter, Willie Green, Marco Belinelli, Robert Traylor, Matt Freije, Jamal Mashburn, Maciej Lampe, Rasual Butler, Robert Pack, Aaron Gray, Brandon Bass, David Wesley, Lee Nailon, Jackson Vroman, Cedric Simmons, New Orleans Hornets all-time roster, Aaron Williams, Elden Campbell, Courtney Alexander, Randy Livingston, Jason Smith, George Lynch, Marc Jackson, J r me Mo so, Lorinza Harrington, Moochie Norris, Marcus Thornton, Tierre Brown, Marcus Vinicius, Kirk Haston, Quincy Pondexter, Alex Garcia, Sean Rooks, Corsley Edwards, Maurice Carter. Excerpt: Christopher Emmanuel Paul (born May 6, 1985) is an American professional basketball point guard for the New Orleans Hornets. Paul was born and raised in North Carolina. Despite only playing two varsity basketball seasons in high school, he was a McDonald's All-American and accepted a scholarship with nearby Wake Forest University. After his sophomore year with the Demon Deacons, he declared for the draft. Since being selected 4th overall in the 2005 NBA Draft by New Orleans, Paul has been ...
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New Orleans has long been a city fixated on its own history and culture. Founded in 1718 by the French, transferred to the Spanish in the 1763 Treaty of Paris, and sold to the United States in 1803, the city’s culture, law, architecture, food, music, and language share the influence of all three countries. This cultural mélange also manifests in the city’s approach to sport, where each game is steeped in the city’s history. Tracing that history from the early nineteenth century to the present, while also surveying the state of the city’s sports historiography, New Orleans Sports places sport in the context of race relations, politics, and civic and business development to expand that historiography—currently dominated by a text that stops at 1900—into the twentieth century, offering a modern examination of sports in the city.
New in this edition: - 60 additional, brand new questions - improved layout for questions and answer keys makes it easier than ever to quiz family and friends - brand new chapters on Orb, California Chrome and American Pharaoh - improved functionality for e-readers, smartphones and tablets - print edition includes 17 B&W photographs - digital edition includes 25 full color photographs - 320 total Kentucky Derby trivia questions Spying the twin spires, hugging the rail, hearing the snap of the gate, the crowd takes a nervous deep breath in unison. The horses lunge, the jockeys crouch. Now the race for the roses is run and timelessness has begun. Long-shot odds, winning tickets, record crowds, Hall of Fame statistics, and historical dates all add up to the "most exciting two minutes in sports." Think you know Kentucky Derby history? Think again. This IQ Series book will test even the best horsemen and trainers who have been around the sport their whole lives. Test your skills. Wrack your brain. It's the ultimate Kentucky Derby IQ test.
In 1947, a time in which few New Orleans-based architects were designing modern architecture, Arthur Q. Davis (b. 1920) and his partner Nathaniel C. Curtis established their practice in the city. The Curtis and Davis firm is best known for designing the city's iconic Louisiana Superdome and such modernist landmarks as New Orleans's Rivergate Exhibition Center, the Hyatt Regency and Marriott hotels, and the Milton K. Latter Library. Davis has designed public and private works commissioned throughout the United States as well as in Saudi Arabia, Germany, Egypt, the Netherlands, and the United Kingdom. Davis's firm has received more than fifty awards for design excellence and, at age thirty-eight, Davis was made the youngest Fellow of the American Institute of Architects. It Happened by Design provides an affecting and thorough narrative of Davis's life and achievements. After serving in the Navy during World War II, Davis graduated from Harvard University's School of Design on the G.I. Bill, studying with Bauhaus school founder Walter Gropius. In this book, Davis explains how he fused Creole and Beaux-Arts ideas together, filtering those concepts through modernist aesthetics to create new forms while preserving the old. The book shows Davis challenging the architectural status quo during the Cold War and beyond. Whether discussing the politics of building in postwar Berlin, Vodou masters in the Caribbean, or struggles to modernize the skyline of his beloved New Orleans, Davis crafts a narrative with wit and insight. An introductory essay by J. Richard Gruber places Davis's work in the context of American architecture and provides a thorough summation of the architect's oeuvre.