I May Be Wrong but I Doubt It
Some Things I've Learned So FarBook - 2002
Since leaving the basketball court, Charles Barkley has become what Time magazine called "the most entertaining talking head in sports broadcasting . . . a mix of Yogi Berra neologisms and Winston Churchill drollery." The New York Daily News has said, "Barkley is a bona fide star. . . . He is candid. He is funny. Barkley is unpredictable. You must tune in to see what he will say next. This characteristic cannot be taught or manufactured. With Barkley, nothing is contrived."On air, he has held a prayer revival for a player in a slump, attempted to break the world record for sit-ups, and tracked weekly his failed attempts to lose weight -- but mostly he just tells it the way he sees it. Now he's written a book that captures his brash wit and unfettered insights into matters of B-ball and beyond, including popular culture, relationships, celebrity, money, and politics. It showcases all that Charles Barkley has seen and learned over the years, about basketball and a great deal else besides. Wise, blunt, surprising, and hilarious, I May Be Wrong, but I Doubt It is, above all, vintage Charles Barkley.
Publisher: New York : Random House, 2002
Branch Call Number: 796.323 BAR
Characteristics: 245 P. ;,25 CM