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Magic's Touch is a story that attempts to show the reader fundamentals of basketball and also Magic Johnson's life. Throughout the story Magic talks about the fundamentals of basketball than he tells the reader how those things helped him. He explains in great detail his relationship with Larry Bird. He tells the story with so much detail you feel as if you were there with him. He talks about all the championships he won and all the hardships he's been through. I thought the book was alright but it could've been a lot better. When I read this book I felt like it was too much of a lesson rather than a story. He was telling the reader how to do drills and workouts. I really wasn't interested in learning how to become a fundamental basketball player; I was trying to find out about Magic as a person. I would recommend this book to someone who wants to become a fundamentally sound basketball player. I wouldn't recommend this book to a basketball fan. It's nothing a fan could get out of this book. Only a basketball player that wants to be better and learn certain drills should read this.
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