The Games Do Count - James Brown Summary & Analysis

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James Brown Summary and Analysis

James Brown, the television sports anchor, began playing baseball in eighth grade. James was not good at baseball at first, but learned to listen closely to the coaches in order to help him hone his skills. When James's baseball team was in the playoffs one year, the football and basketball coach from DeMatha Catholic High School recruited him to play basketball for him. James was worried because he was not a good basketball player, but he discovered he preferred basketball over baseball because there were no curve balls. James listened to his coach and worked hard even during the summer and ended up being the Player of the Year in the Washington D.C. area. The things James learned from sports and his coach helped him get into Harvard. After college James became a professional basketball player, being cut...

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