The Games Do Count - Molly Culver Summary & Analysis

Brian Kilmeade
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Molly Culver Summary and Analysis

Molly Culver played sports because her brother and sister played. Sports were a family affair for Molly. When she was a sophomore in high school, Molly injured her knee while riding a motorcycle. Before that, however, Molly played on a basketball team that her sister coached. Molly wanted to play like her sister, but she was never quite as good. Molly learned to be aggressive to keep up with the other girls and fell down a lot, though she still found the game fun. Molly took the lessons she learned playing basketball and applied them to her career as an actress. An actress has to be competitive, aggressive and willing to do anything for a job. Molly also took her skills in baseball and began coaching inner-city kids in order to give them the advantages that sports offer.

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