On Amazon.com - Maravich by Wayne Federman and Marshall Terrill.
This is an excellent biography of the great "Pistol Pete" Maravich, one of the greatest players to ever play the game. His ball-handling and scoring skills are legendary. Marshall Terrill is a proven master biographer and this book is very detailed and well-researched, with collaboration from wife Jackie Maravich and two sons. Although one of the greatest players ever, Pete was troubled, unfulfilled and unhappy. He was an intense, compulsive "basketball android" (his self-description), wanting to please his father. He eventually found inner peace in Christianity and his home life. He died at age 40 of a congenital heart defect. This biography touches all aspects of his enigmatic life, as well as his stats and his "best 25 games"... an excellent read!