Mike Lupica TimelineWes' father always told him that there was only one ball in basketball. That you had to know when to take it yourself and when to give it up, that finding the right balance was key. So at every practice and game, Wes tries his best to be a good basketball player and, above all, a good teammate. As the season kicks off, Wes finds that not everyone on his team has the same idea. All-star player and the Hawks' point guard, Danilo "Dinero" Rey seems determined to hold the spotlight and the ball, even if it means costing his team the game. In No Slam Dunk , 1 New York Times bestseller Mike Lupica demonstrates once again that there is no children's sports novelist today who can match his ability to weave a story of vivid sports action and heartfelt emotion. A touching story about teamwork and family, of selfishness and generosity, No Slam Dunk shows that even in the face of adversity, giving your best is the surest way to victory.
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Michael or Mike Lupica born 11th May, is, probably, the most popular and best-known sports columnists in United States. He started his newspaper career at 23 years only with the New York Post in and at that time he covered the games of New York Knicks. Since he has been writing a column for the Esquire magazine. Lupica has written several fiction and non-fiction books and the majority of these books have been a bestseller. He has also co-written a number of non-fiction books in his career. In fact, he is 1 bestselling author for the books for young readers and his works include Fantasy League, Heat, and Million-Dollar Throw etc. Lupica has co-written autobiographies with Bill Parcells and Reggie Jackson and has also collaborated with noted author, William Goldman.
Robert B. There's nothing eight-year-old twins Zach and Zoe Walker love more than playin A timely and heartfelt follow-up to 1 New York Times bestseller Heat, about a young baseball prodigy and his immigrant family living in today's America. Twelve-year-old star Little League pitcher Nick Garcia has a dream. Several in fact. He dreams he
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Toggle navigation. He also does radio and television appearances in news and sports. Lupica was born. Lupica graduated from college. He worked for Esquire magazine in the late s. Covered the New York Knicks. At the age of twenty three, Lupica did not join the staff of the New York Post.