That was a really cool book I read before I started high school by the time we moved to our new house three summers ago. I enjoyed how it blends between basketball and action. Every part of the book was easy for me to lay attention on the points of sports, and how two characters, in which one of them got furious for taking his cousin's place in a basketball team, although he felt flattered about the international tournament but asked to run the hardware store for the family. He and his team showed their athletic talents, according to his mother, and earned the respect from his companions, and seek differences which could not be bridged. Still it was a powerful classic in my reading experience and a very good one, sharing all sports.