My First Fiction Book
Ultimate Team Player
Junior point guard Remington Roberts wants his Sacajawea High School Wolves’ basketball team to be the best it can be. While he extremely unselfish and quickly becoming one of the best players in the state, senior teammate, Cade Clemons, the best but most selfish player on the team, isn’t about to give up his crown as “King of the Court.”
Cade needs to change become the best teammate he can be if they want to get to the state tournament. But will he do that for the good of the team? A season and a team are hanging in the balance.
“Scott Rosberg has written a book that is very difficult to put down. The closer I got to the last page the less I wanted the book to end. Throughout the story I became fully invested in the lives of its characters; I had hopes and wishes for all of them. I can’t wait to read his next book to see if those wishes come to fruition. As a teacher, middle school basketball coach, and pleasure reader, I will be recommending this book to my students, my team, and my fellow readers. Go Remington!” – Zack Knaff- Teacher & Middle School Basketball Coach
Right now, it is only available on Amazon. I have a “Holiday Special” running on it through Christmas. Click here or on the picture to be taken to the “Ultimate Team Player” book page on Amazon.
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