This is a title of a recent autobiography by Bill Walton. I really never knew much about him growing up but he was an integral part of the 86' Celtics and their championship run. I knew he was kind of flaky and from a caste perspective he was a " clown " of an announcer but the book is not half bad. If anybody has read it feel free to chime in. It was a pretty quick read. What I found quite hypocritical was how he spent much of his time protesting the Vietnam War and bashing Governor Reagan and Nixon in the book and yet spends a huge amount of time on enforcer/teammate Maurice Lucas. He BRAGS about how Lucas would just punch other players in the face all of the time for whatever reason. He also states early on in the book he was not a stat guy. Littered throughout the book are numerous heaps of his own stats form UCLA and the NBA. He talks about his love for family but only talks about his wife Lori who is on the back cover of the book with him. He is about 65 and this incredible wife of his looks to be about 35 at most. Yes Bill if you were not rich I am sure she would still love you the same. His first wife is not even mentioned ONCE in the entire book or his divorce or that she is the mother of his 4 kids. As much respect I have for the guy and playing through his myriad of injuries in his career this book really makes him look like a class A jerk. IMO.