The game of basketball was invented in New England and it's also where it came of age. In small gyms and big arenas, in city playgrounds and rugged field houses, the game took on a shape and a culture long before the NBA, long before television, long before it became the game we've come to know today. In this book, acclaimed author Bill Reynolds recounts this history beautifully. Reynolds tells how one sport came to capture so many hearts in a relatively short period of time. All of the wonderful memories, stories and people that helped to shape the game in New England over the last 115 years find their place in "Our Game", from summer leagues and playground stars to the famed Bob Cousy, himself.