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<b>Bill Simmons: </b>Among the first to offer the fan's perspective in online sports coverage, <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="HOC792" title="ESPN" href="/topic/sports/espn-HOC792.topic">ESPN</a>'s Boston-obsessed "Sports Guy" has a hit on his hands with "The Book of Basketball," a 700-odd-page tome of roundball minutiae, personal remembrances and oddly brilliant theories that recently topped the nonfiction bestseller list. We're eager to read, and not just because we surreptitiously grew up loving <a class="taxInlineTagLink" id="PESPT000607" title="Larry Bird" href="/topic/sports/basketball/larry-bird-PESPT000607.topic">Larry Bird</a>.

( Monica Almeida / New York Times )

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Bill Simmons: Among the first to offer the fan's perspective in online sports coverage, ESPN's Boston-obsessed "Sports Guy" has a hit on his hands with "The Book of Basketball," a 700-odd-page tome of roundball minutiae, personal remembrances and oddly brilliant theories that recently topped the nonfiction bestseller list. We're eager to read, and not just because we surreptitiously grew up loving Larry Bird.

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