Basketball Star by Mr. Diambu Kibwe Smith

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Have you ever played basketball? Have you ever been a star of some sort? Maybe you would like to be a basketball player. You could be an All-Star, MVP, a Champion, or all of the above. You might possibly desire to be a basketball coach. The book, "Basketball Star: A Narrative," written by Diambu Smith, shares experiences of the author learning to play the game of basketball while participating in a summer camp dedicated to the sport. You will follow the journey of Mr. Smith from basketball novice to experienced player to all-star and champion to coach. Read about the subject's transformation over four years of summer camp from just another camper to "Good One" to camp counselor. Reading the book, "Basketball Star," by Diambu Smith will make you want to lace up the high tops and hit the hardwood!!!

About Mr. Diambu Kibwe Smith

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Mr. Diambu Kibwe Smith is the author of the books, "My Ancestry: A Narrative of My Familial Ancestral Past through Genetic DNA Examination," "City Blues: A Narrative," and "Basketball Star: A Narrative." Diambu worked for the City of Cleveland, Ohio as a Business Development Officer for three years. He worked for the Cleveland State University as a Student Media Business Manager for seven years. Mr. Smith has both a Bachelor of Business Administration degree and a Master of Public Administration degree. Both degrees were attained at Cleveland State University. The author spent four years of his life (ages 14 to 17 years old) participating in the Case Western Reserve University (CWRU) Basketball Camp both as a camper and as a camp counselor. Diambu's experiences with the camp about basketball is the subject and topic of his book, "Basketball Star: A Narrative.
Published December 5, 2016 by Diambu Smith. 11 pages
Genres: Sports & Outdoors, Children's Books.

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This highly unusual combination lent a lurid appeal to “The Basketball Diaries,” the journal he kept during high school and published in 1978, by which time his poetry had already won him a cult reputation as the new Bob Dylan.

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