Sadia knows she is the only one in hijab who plays basketball. She has a passion for playing basketball.
Josh announces that anyone in grade nine or ten is welcome to tryouts for the Junior Varsity All-City Pre-season Basketball Tournament today in the gym at lunch.
Mariam is obsessed with Josh, and Josh's image is really endearingly cute. It can't be ruled out that Sadia also likes him.Josh becomes a ticking time bomb in the friendship between Sadia and Mariam.
Jillian is a competitor to Sadia, but she shares Sadia's passion for basketball.
Sadia calmly analyzed today's candidates, and she is confident of success.
However inconvenient the hijab may be, Sadia insists on wearing it. We can imagine how much traditional Muslim culture influenced Sadia. This is a situational irony.
Do you have to wear that? It must be such a pain. And aren’t you hot? I’m sweating and I’m wearing shorts and a tank top.
Yeah. I can’t take it off,especially here.
Every two minutes,we subbed in new players, but my heart was racing each time I took a break on the bench.
Sadia valued the opportunity to continue playing basketball. She was nervous and excited. She radiates her passion for basketball incisively and vividly on the basketball court. Her tacit cooperation with Josh also foreshaunts their relationship in the following plot.
Whoa!whoa!Sadia, you okay?
At least we’ll get a free throw
The hijab really gets Sadia into a lot of trouble.There is a situational irony again.
I’ll get an ice pack
Sadia doesn’t tell Mariam the truth about her injury, and Mariam can’t help but care about Sadia. Sadia and Mariam would have been good friends if Mariam hasn’t changed her looks and fallen in love.
I got hit in my face. I’m okay.Yeah. I hope it’s not broken.
What happened? It looks kind of swollen. And that is why I don’t play sports.