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From Gilbert Arenas, NBA All-Star and the first player with his own blog—a no-holds-barred, all-access pass into the mind of one of today’s most intriguing and entertaining sports figures
Gilbert Arenas is one of the NBA’s most visible, popular, and talked-about players. But it wasn’t always that way. In high school and college he was told by coaches, scouts, and friends that he wasn’t good enough to play basketball at the highest level. Now, as Arenas writes his award-winning blog and posts huge stats on the floor every night of the season and postseason, he doesn’t take any of his accomplishments for granted. In fact, his jersey still bears the number “zero” to remind him of his humble origins. It’s no wonder everybody wants to be like Agent Zero. And now we can with this outrageous guide to everything Zero—and beyond.
In the vein of the New York Times bestselling titles by Charles Barkley and Dennis Rodman—and written in the style of a conversational self-help book—Score Like Agent Zero provides fans with a candid and sometimes controversial look at the world of sports and celebrity, and offers Arenas’s secrets to success, including:
· Talk Like Agent Zero—“Don’t hold anything back”
· Think Like Agent Zero—“If it’s not fun, don’t do it”
· Sleep Like Agent Zero—Refuse to rest knowing that someone, somewhere out there, could be working harder on his game
And with Arenas’s provocative views on the state of pro hoops, Score Like Agent Zero is everything basketball fans are hungry for.
GILBERT ARENAS, a Los Angeles native and point guard for the Washington Wizards, has received three straight All-Star selections. Arenas is active off the court with his two children, his Zer0 2 Her0 charity, and his many endorsement deals.
D. J. GALLO is a featured columnist for ESPN.com’s renowned Page 2. He also contributes to ESPN The Magazine, is a featured weekly guest on ESPNews, and is a regular radio show guest.
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