Raymond Dalmau: From Harlem a Puerto Rico - Raymond Dalmau & Hiram Sánchez Martínez


Esta es la historia de Raymond Dalmau contada por él mismo, la historia de un joven niuyorican de 17 años que en 1966 se mudó a Puerto Rico para reforzar a unos sotaneros Piratas de Quebradilla. Traía en su bulto atlético las técnicas de un baloncesto norteamericano profesionalmente superior y las mañas de un aguerrido baloncesto callejero neoyorquino.

Año: 2018

Publicaciones Gaviota

This is the story of Raymond Dalmau, told by himself. The story of a young 17 year-old "newyorican" who moved to Puerto Rico in 1966 in order to reinforce the woeful Piratas from Quebradillas. He brought in his sports bag the professionally superior basketball techniques from the United States as well as the trickery from the hardened New York's street ball.

Year: 2018

Gaviota Publications

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