Playing the Game: A Novel

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Baskerville Publishers, 1995 - 361 pages
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In an Ivy League college, an eccentric professor takes over a moribund basketball team when the coach quits. Ignoring raised eyebrows, he assembles a team of minority students, pumps them with readings from Emerson and Thoreau and leads them to victory. By the author of American Mischief.

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PLAYING THE GAME

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A preachy tale about an aging basketball coach who unexpectedly reaches the big timeā€”in a sixth novel from the author of Brooklyn Boy, 1989, etc. Former history professor and narrator Sydney Berger ... Read full review

Contents

CONTENTS Pregame Talk
1
Bounce of the Ball
5
The Recruiting Officer
23
Copyright

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