Peter May has been covering and writing about sports for more than three decades, for the last several years as a Boston-based correspondent for the New York Times. At the Boston Globe, he specialized in covering the Boston Celtics and the NBA, earning numerous writing awards. He also covered three Super Bowls, two World Series, the 2004 Olympics, and a number of international basketball tournaments. He is a senior lecturer in journalism at Brandeis University in Waltham, Massachusetts. May is the author of four books: The Big Three: Larry Bird, Kevin McHale and Robert Parish: The Best Frontcourt in the History of Basketball; The Last Banner: The Story of the 1985–86 Boston Celtics, the NBA's Greatest Team of All-Time; Won't Back Down: Teams, Dreams and Family with Kim Mulkey; and Top of The World: The Inside Story of the Boston Celtics' 2007–08 Championship Season.
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