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By the time Earl Monroe was in high school, he was a local basketball legend; in college, he was a two-time All-American; in the NBA, he was Rookie of the Year, a four-time All-Star, and a slam-dunk Hall of Fame. Behind all the accolades and the "Earl the Pearl" nickname is a Philadelphia youngster who became not only a superlative hoops star, but also a humble, publically spirited adult. This autobiography, co-written by the equally legendary Quincy Troupe, lends new perspectives on a famed, high-playing man.