This slight volume contains little to justify its addition to the already overburdened shelf of books about the basketball legend. Editor Vancil, a sports journalist, uses Jordan's own words to present His Airness as a human superstar who feels pain and pressure like the rest of us. We see images of Jordan on the court, at press conferences, and with fans and team members. With the exception of a few shots of his wife and family, the photos are undistinguished. The text lacks insight and is often pedantic: ``Marriage has given me a whole new perspective on life, particularly life after basketball.'' After reading this trivia, we don't know much more about Jordan than when we started. Not recommended.-- Ron Chepesiuk, Winthrop Univ. Lib., Rock Hill, S.C.