FUEL Sports targets kids in high schools nationwide – focusing on important aspects of the sport: fundamentals of the game, injury prevention, proper nutrition, getting recruited, and maintaining a balanced and healthy lifestyle as an athlete.
Jim Lee is featured in the 2012-13 edition of FUEL Basketball, along with Isaiah Thomas, Jameer Nelson, Pitt head coach Jamie Dixon, Jason Terry, John Wall, Paul Pierce and more. Read about Fifteen Feet For Free below (“No defense for free throws”).
For more information on FUEL Sports, visit http://fuelbasketball.com/
Annual Holiday Shopping Gala at Syracuse University
Thank you to all who came out to the Annual Holiday Shopping Gala at the Syracuse University! We are happy to announce that Fifteen Feet For Free is now available for purchase at the Syracuse University bookstore, The Orange Shoppe inside the Carrier Dome, and Wegmans. As always, you can also find FifteenFeetFor Free at Barnes and Noble and AuthorHouse. Reminder – 50% of the proceeds will be donated to the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities program.
“Syracuse legend Jim Lee to sign copies of his book on Saturday”
Join Jim at Barnes & Noble on Erie Blvd. in Dewitt, NY from 1 to 3 PM. Stop by the book signing to pick up your copy of Fifteen Feet For Free, discuss the book, or talk hoops.
For event information, visit Barnes & Noble
Saturday, September 29, 2012 at 1:00 PM
How did Jim get the idea to write Fifteen Feet For Free? Find out who inspired him, why he’s confident that he can improve your foul shot, why he is so passionate about the Entrepreneurship Bootcamp for Veterans with Disabilities (EBV) Program, and more on TogiNet Radio’s AuthorTalk.
TogiNet Radio’s AuthorTalk with Jim Lee
“Former Syracuse University basketball standout guard Jim Lee, a member of the 1975 Final Four team and 85.9% free-throw shooter for his SU career, talks with Post-Standard sports reporter Mike Waters about his new book on the art of free-throw shooting titled ‘Fifteen Feet For Free’, and demonstrates his form by hitting 25 free throws in a row.”
Don’t believe us? Take a look!