Book Hunters in Brief #65: March Madness!

The clocks have sprung for spring. my lawn is overgrown with dandelions, and hares from Hong Kong to Halifax are hippity-hoppitying around with manic gleams in their beady little eyes, so that means College Basketball's contribution to the general looniness of the season cannot be far behind. 

The Book Hunters--never ones to sit idly by while others merrily run amok--have done their part. Here are a few suggestions to get you psyched for wall-to-wall hoop action for the next three weeks.

The Final Four by Paul Volponi

When March Went Mad: The Game that Transformed Basketball by Seth Davis

A March to Madness: The View from the Floor in the Atlantic Coast Conference by John Feinstein

Glory Road: My Story of the 1966 NCAA Basketball Championship and How One Team Triumphed Against the Odds and Changed America Forever by Don Haskins

The Pick-Up Game: A Full Day of Full Court edited by Marc Aronson & Charles R. Smith, Jr.

So you say, you prefer a more sedate brand of March Madness, or perhaps no madness at all. It's okay. The Book Hunters can offer you  reading suggestions that will suit your mood.