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One on One

3.44 of 5 stars 3.44  ·  rating details  ·  9 ratings  ·  3 reviews
Henry knew a lot about the game of basketball, but Henry had to pass his college courses in addition to playing ball, and, for that, they hired him a tutor. A beautiful tutor.
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Published February 1st 1977 by Warner Books (NY) (first published 1977)
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Sarah Fittro
Not what I expected, my grandmother recommended this book to me...
I read this in JR High or HS after seeing the movie. It was a bit different but Segal developed Henry Steele's parents in the 1st few chapters so you understand the character's problems in college a bit more than in the movie.

I give it 3 stars because some of it stuck with me over the years but I was too young to understand if it was good writing or not.
I just remember the character played by Segal's son Robby Benson telling the coach to shove a list up his arse with a red hot poker.
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