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Magic Johnson was born in Lansing on August 14 1959 He is one of 10 children His fathers name is Earvin Sr His mothers name is Christine His family believes strongly on religion and education before sports Hes not the only one though who is an athlete in his family His little sister attended the University of South Carolina on a basketball scholarship Her nickname was The Sweet E He attended Everett High School in Lansing Michigan and held a 35 grade point average A sportswriter named Fred Stabley covered games for The Lansing State Journal He saw Earvin play against another school Holt High School He thought that magic was unbelievable in the way that he played so he gave him the nickname Magic In 1977 he led Everett High to win the Michigan state basketball championship In 1978 as a freshman at Michigan State University he led his team to a 25 and 5 record In 1979 he led Michigan State to win the national championships and was named its most valuable player He decides to turn pro and he is drafted number one in the draft by the Los Angeles Lakers In 1982 he is named the MVP of the championship series In 1984 He was given the Pivotal Player Award of all-around excellence 5 Summarize briefly three incidents that you would feature if you were to make a movie out of this book A I think that everything that I just mentioned in the last question would be excellent to put in a movie about Earvin Magic Johnson 6 Has this book had any influence on your viewpoint your way of thinking or your own ambitions A Yes I would have to say that this book has had a big influence on my way of thinking and ambitions I have always slacked off and thought that if I didnt get what I needed to done that I would always have
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