I'm reading The Breaks of the Game, David Halberstam's book about the 1979-80 Portland Trail Blazers. I recognize this may not be a subject you find intriguing. But this might be. On an unnumbered page before the Table of Contents, Halberstam offers this preface:
"Fame," O.J. said, walking along, "is a vapor, popularity is an accident, and money takes wings. The only thing that endures is character."
"Where'd you get that?" Cowlings asked.
"Heard it one night on TV in Buffalo," O.J. said. "I was... READ ON