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Dr. J: The Autobiography

When: Friday, Nov 22, 2013, 11:30 AM until 1:30 PM
Where:
Union League Club
http://www.ulcc.org
65 West Jackson Blvd
Chicago, IL  

(312) 427-7800
Additional Info:

Contact: Julie Voelker
847-772-1809
Category: Held at Union League Club

Registration: Closed
Payment: Payment In Advance Only
Event Rules: Business or business casual attire required. Jeans are not allowed.
Cancellation Policy:
Capacity: 0
Available Slots: 0
Registrants & Fees:
RegistrantFee
Member$ 45.00
Non-Member$ 50.00

Dr. J: The Autobiography

 
Exclusive Opportunity! This is your chance to meet Dr J - Julius Erving, one of the greatest basketball legends to grace the sports world. Hear about the circle of his life, the challenges of an average human being, combined with his dedicated focus to his job: basketball.
 

Details

Reception, noon luncheon followed by author discussion, Q&A and book signing.

 

Cost

$45 Member
$50 Non-member
Book is not included but will be available for sale at the event.

 
 
In "Dr. J.," Erving goes on the record about the personal problems he faced and sometimes created.  He speaks frankly about his career and the game; the adulterous affair that produced a daughter, professional tennis player Alexandra Stephenson; his 20-year-old son's tragic death; and the heartbreaking dissolution of his longtime marriage and its aftermath.  Poignant and surprising, Erving's story traces the inner-lives of the nearly perfect player and the imperfect man and how he has come to terms with both.
 

Author's Profile

Julius Erving is one of the greatest professional basketball players of all time and an American icon.  He lives in Atlanta with his family.  This is his first book.


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