Earvin Johnson Jr. Books & Biography
EARVIN MAGIC JOHNSON played thirteen seasons with the Los Angeles Lakers and was elected to the Hall of Fame in 2002. He was a ten times NBA Champion, a three-time NBA MVP, and a twelve-time NBA All-Star, among other honors. A former president of basketball operations for the Los Angeles Lakers, he is chairman and CEO of Magic Johnson Enterprises and the founder of the charitable Magic Johnson Foundation to help underserved communities and combat HIV. His famed rivalry with Larry Bird was chronicled in their New York Times bestseller, When the Game Was Ours.