It's Hard for Me to Live with Me: A Memoir

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Price
$27.99  $26.03
Publisher
Simon & Schuster
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Pages
272
Dimensions
5.4 X 8.5 X 1.1 inches | 0.8 pounds
Language
English
Type
Hardcover
EAN/UPC
9781982197773
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About the Author
Rex Chapman was a standout basketball player at the University of Kentucky, played twelve seasons in the NBA and served in the front offices of several NBA teams. He has worked as a broadcaster for both professional and college basketball and hosted the CNN+ show Rex Chapman as well as the iHeart podcast Charges with Rex Chapman. He currently hosts the Smartless podcast Owned. A native of Kentucky, he lives in New York City.

Seth Davis is a studio analyst for college basketball at CBS Sports and senior writer at The Athletic. He is the New York Times bestselling author of Wooden: A Coach's Life and When March Went Mad: The Game Transformed Basketball.
Reviews
"253 pages of sizzling self-examination, regret, hope, anger, cleansing and raw honesty...A chilling reminder of how little we truly know about the emotions and struggles churning inside the adolescents, teenagers and young adults who are awash in glory and idolized as sports heroes." --Rick Bozich, WDRB.com (Louisville)

"Chapman's frank assessment of the toll his addictions took on his loved ones lends his account appealing humility....It's the off-court sections that lend this sports memoir its power." --Publishers Weekly

"Readers will appreciate Chapman's candor and hard-won perspective as he shares his up-and-down story as a cautionary tale." --Booklist

"A former basketball prodigy's blunt memoir about stardom, addiction, and American culture.....Throughout, the author is raw [and] consistently candid....the most compelling and focused aspect of the book is Chapman's frankness about the toll of his battle with painkillers and the hard work required on the long road to recovery." --Kirkus Reviews