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Trash master

by Robb Armstrong

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More trash than flash.

Ronnie "Garbage Man" Miller has skills with the slams. His good-natured put-downs give his basketball team, the Bulldogs, an edge on the court. Patrick Ewing has even made up a comic about him--the "Trashmaster." There's only one problem. Ronnie's hoop skills are weak. Feeble. Lame. And when Ronnie realizes that he can't do much besides talk the talk--he walks.

Without their team clown, the Bulldogs lands in a slump. Then they start to fight...with each other! How can Patrick convince his best friend that there's more to being a team player than just playing ball?

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Ronnie Miller uses good-natured put-downs on the basketball court to hide the fact he has very little basketball skills.

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