She Got Game: My Personal Odyssey

She Got Game My Personal Odyssey Cynthia Cooper is the best female basketball player in the world today In the past years she has accumulated MVP awards scoring titles gold medals and championships and she didn t pick up a bask

  • Title: She Got Game: My Personal Odyssey
  • Author: Cynthia Cooper Russ Pate
  • ISBN: 9780446608398
  • Page: 426
  • Format: Paperback
  • Cynthia Cooper is the best female basketball player in the world today In the past 10 years she has accumulated MVP awards, scoring titles, gold medals, and championships and she didn t pick up a basketball until the age of 15 In this compelling autobiography, Cynthia tells how she made it to the top of her profession After growing up poor in Watts and winning a schoCynthia Cooper is the best female basketball player in the world today In the past 10 years she has accumulated MVP awards, scoring titles, gold medals, and championships and she didn t pick up a basketball until the age of 15 In this compelling autobiography, Cynthia tells how she made it to the top of her profession After growing up poor in Watts and winning a scholarship to USC, Cynthia spent years on the European basketball court where she slowly established herself as the best female player in the world, culminating with Olympic glory and the advent of the WNBA She Got Game is the story of a gifted young athlete who is living proof that hard work, commitment, and determination pave the way for success no matter what the odds.

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    1. Though the story is dated, the account of Coop's rise to MVP is relevant. This is an insightful story of how attitude and persistence plays into teamworkblending into one of the most interesting pictorials of what success means to most. I personally enjoyed the world travelogues and just loved the b-ball jargon…“jump shot cooking,” “rocked the joint,” and how one of the teams “sent many ‘Cleveland’ fans home early…” among many, many, many other quips that kept the pages turni [...]

    2. I think this book was good because it talks about her life how she started to play basketball and why she started playing and how basketball was important to her life. Then it talks about ho was her favorite basketball player in the women national basketball. Her my mom have cancer so she couldn't make it to her games sometime so its hard for her to like foucs on the games because she had to thinking about winning and her mom at the same time so it was like its tough for her

    3. Absolutely loved this book when I was a kid she was my idol. Truly respected her more after reading her book as an adult.

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