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Random House, 1990 - Biography & Autobiography - 233 pages
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An autobiography of the seven-foot, two-inch Black basketball star whose life has been greatly influenced by his family, basketball, and the religion of Islam.

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The theme of this book was about his life and how he grew up as a cotholic and going to catholic schools, and also during seasons, and games. Kareem talks about when he went back through his old neighborhood and saw the diffrences from when he was a kid, and how it is now that he is a grown man. I like how Kareem identified certain places that he spent most of his time at and told what he did there. I also like how there is entrys about games he played and entrys during his season. I dont like how he dosent really talk about if he liked being on the lakers or if he preffered to play for another team. I recommend to also read Michael Jordans's Biography. Michael's book and Kareem's book are very similar. If you liked Kareem , then youll love Jordan's book. 

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This was a combination of a season diary and a biography. It was interesting hearing about Kareem's childhood as a catholic and his high school and college basketball stories. Read full review

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