The Games Do Count - William Cohen Summary & Analysis

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William Cohen Summary and Analysis

William Cohen, former Secretary of Defense, played basketball and baseball as a child. William's father never missed a single game in which William played, but he was critical of his son's performance. William's father was a perfectionist and expected perfection from his son. William practiced all winter and was usually the captain of the basketball teams on which he played. William hoped to go on to professional basketball after college, but chose law school instead. In 1987, William was named to the Silver Anniversary All Star team by the National Association of Basketball Coaches.

William Cohen's story is one of a drive to succeed and an understanding of the hard work required to so so. William played ball for entertainment, but sports became something he could share with his father and something that helped him achieve other goals in his...

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