KING JAMES’BELIEVE THE HYPE by: Jamal G.

 

LeBron James is a six-foot-eight gift from the basketball heavens. He was the undisputed finest high school player in America. He was the one NBA scouts drooled over, corporations dreamed of, event promoters begged for, and now fans clamor after. Never before had a high school basketball player been so highly touted or an eighteen-year-old athlete been the subject of such fascination. Maybe no basketball player in the world has had that level of attention. King James: Believe the Hype. I believe people should read this book if they are interested in a deeper understanding on how LeBron James came to be the superior athlete that he is today, then this is the book you need to read for that knowledge.

One of my favorite things about the book is the way the author tells about his life one piece at a time. It was almost like he was their watching the hold time from of above and he never missed a step. He told about his struggles and how his mom thought about all of what he was going through and how he felt about things. He had a lot on his mind. He didn’t really know what he wanted to do because there were a lot of choices. He had so many options of doing, so many different things. That would have changed his life forever.

Another one of my favorite things about the book is the author’s style. It was as if he was telling you about LeBron’s life like it was two of him, because no one person can hone this kind of natural ability for a game so great. He tells us of his love for the game and the countless nights he put everything he had into being the best he could at with what he did. His Junior year of High School He got Ohio All-state honors for football as well as basketball.

In Conclusion, I believe this is a great book. I would recommend this to anyone who has a love for Basketball or enjoys whatever it is that they do. This book reminds me of The Magic Johnson story. People would like this book because its really good it very inciting on LeBron life.

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