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NEVER RAN, Hardly ever WILL Boyhood and Soccer inside of a Transforming American Inner City By Albert Samaha Illustrated. 343 pp. PublicAffairs. $28 From the summers of 1973 and 1974, a former school football star turned aspiring author named Rick Telander inhabited the basketball courts of Foster Park from the Brooklyn neighborhood of Flatbush. Sometimes participating in, occasionally coaching, usually acutely observing, Telander produced a book, “Heaven Is often a Playground” (1976), that chronicled the dazzling talent and fragile dreams of asphalt wizards like Fly Williams and Albert King. On the intersection of youthful expertise plus the large-stakes environment of N.C.A.A. basketball, Telander portrayed probably the most morally sophisticated character of all, Rodney Parker, an unofficial agent who may or may not happen to be getting payoffs to provide stellar players to sure colleges.

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