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Half-Court Hero (Hoop, No 4)

by Kirk Marshall

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Amazon.com Product Description (ISBN 0345359119, Mass Market Paperback)

The season is really clicking for the Jefferson Patriots. Brian Davis and his teammates are on a roll -- and then the word comes down that two key players who aren't making points in their schoolwork are suspended from the team until their grades improve.

Without their full starting team, the Patriots lose two games back-to-back to rival teams, both using an awesome full-court-press defense. Meanwhile, Brian and the team "brain" work up some tough study sessions to help the boys pass their finals just one day before the next big game. But the clock is ticking. Can the Patriots get it together in time to break their losing streak?

(retrieved from Amazon Thu, 12 Mar 2015 18:11:35 -0400)

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