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John Wooden stood in front of the greatest freshman team in the history of basketball. (pg. 73)
Good afternoon, gentlemen. Today, we are going to learn how to put on our sneakers and socks correctly. (pg.73)
Hey, look at that big black, freak! (pg.143)
It's okay, Coach. Just ignore them. (pg.136)
In April of 1968, just after Dr. King had been assassinated, I joined in a campus demonstration in support of Dr. King's political agenda. (pg.165)
African American Rights
"I could now see the bigger picture. I could connect the dots and realize how everything I had learned had affected my actions and choices beyond basketball. I wanted to support Coach Wooden." (pg.191)
Basketball was just the means that he affected us and made us deal with our character issues. Because what we learned on the court really did translate to our lives. (pg.273)
Coach Wooden dies at 99
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