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By Sterling Example, a New Nba Superstar Teaches Kids to Shoot for Two Goals: Success on the Court and in the Classroom
On the court, Robinson, 24, evokes comparisons with all-time greats like Bill Russell. His play has more than justified his eight-year, $26 million contract. But he a follows in the tradition of bookish jocks such as Bill Bradley and Tom McMillen (both Rhodes scholars, then NBA stalwarts, now standing tall on Capitol Hill). The intense Robinson prepped for pro ball at a most unlikely place: the U.S. Naval Academy, where his grade point average as a math major was a respectable 2.7 (out of 4.0). Moreover, his main off-court activities are characteristically cerebral: teaching himself to play classical music on his baby grand piano and composing lighter tunes on a fancy $2,500 electronic keyboard. 'I like to do things that challenge my brain," he says.
Already, Robinson is among the league leaders in integrity. One Spurs official says he knew Robinson was special when he took his wife to see the big man's first game. Afterward, he asked her what she thought was Robinson's strongest attribute. Her answer: "The way he stood at attention for the national anthem."
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