This is decidedly not masculine, but it's still insightful in the way it takes you behind the scenes. My personal highlights from the piece: - The author (Hamish!) calling Clyde "Walter." That's like when Mrs. Cunningham used to call the Fonz "Arthur." - "Coach Phil" (Weber, I assume) taking his task of coaching this guy seriously but still peppering in several Clyde-isms, like Stylin and Profilin and Wheelin and Dealin. - Amar'e wears out three pairs of shoes a gain? Are they made of tissue paper? - "Naturally he dunks the wretched ball right in." Let's just say, Frank Isola didn't write this piece.