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Jeremy Lin: Rising Star

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The biography of worldwide basketball sensation, Jeremy Lin!

Jeremy Lin is an overnight basketball success! But in order for him to have been ready for his big opportunity, he had to put in years of hard work and practice. Follow along as we trace Jeremy's rise from his high-school days, college hoops at Harvard, and bouncing around the NBA to his awesome, unprecedented per
Paperback, 128 pages
Published April 1st 2012 by Scholastic Paperbacks
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Oct 16, 2014 Austin rated it it was amazing
This is a very interesting and inspiring read. Jeremy Lin was undrafted in the NBA. When he finally landed with the warriors, he barely played any of the games and was having a rough time with it. Then he was traded to the New York Knicks and he was the biggest star in the league. He was even named player of the week for two weeks in a row! Jeremey Lin's story is an inspiration to everyone and I would highly recommend it. I am very inspired by this book and I think that it has helped me overcome ...more
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Feb 18, 2013 Eugene S. rated it it was amazing
Jeremy Lin: Rising Star
James Bucley Jr.
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Jeremy Lin is a star basketball player. In the beggining, Jeremy's father introduced basketball to his three sons. The family would always do basketball when they could. Jeremy was smart too. He went to Harvard. Jeremy was a hard working player. The NBA team he went to was the Warriors. Even though Jeremy was happy, he didn't play very much. Later he went to another called the Knicks. The Knicks weren't doing good. They were losing too many game
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In addition to his work as a professional editor, James Buckley, Jr., is also the author of many books on American sports that are geared toward young fans and budding athletes.

Buckley, who has founded a company called Shoreline Publishing Group to produce books for reluctant readers, maintains that sports are far more than simple hobbies or ways to burn off excess energy.
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