In 1965, New Yorker magazine staff writer John McPhee wrote “A sense of where you are“, an article (later to become a book) stretching over 50 pages of the January 23 issue.
(Worth reading, if only for a glimpse of the world through advertising, 50 years ago)
Bill Bradley, generally acknowledged as the most talented high school player of his generation, went on the play at Princeton and in the 1964 Olympics, study in Oxford as a Rhodes scholar and later go into politics as a US senator.
The title comes from Bradley’s explanation for his ability to repeatedly throw a basketball over his shoulder and into the basket while looking away from it.
A bit like a Raumdeuter, actually