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Author:J. J. Gesher

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Publisher: Prospect Park Books

Published: 2016-11-18T16:00:00+00:00

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A Narrow Bridge by J. J. Gesher

CHAPTER 22

Jacob carried a timeworn rocking chair from the basement of First Baptist to the parking lot. He set up a work area for himself: tools, sandpaper, cans of paint and wood stain on a small bench. It was a fine December day, unseasonably warm. He rolled up his shirtsleeves and sanded the old chair.

Langston was shooting hoops at the other end of the empty parking lot. He bounced and shot, ducking and weaving, imagining a defender who blocked his moves. Jacob stopped working and watched. The boy dribbled around the basket, faking his imaginary opponent, shooting, and missing.

 

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A Narrow Bridge by J. J. Gesher

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Author:J. J. Gesher

Language: eng

Format: epub

Publisher: Prospect Park Books

Published: 2016-11-18T16:00:00+00:00
CHAPTER 22

Jacob carried a timeworn rocking chair from the basement of First Baptist to the parking lot. He set up a work area for himself: tools, sandpaper, cans of paint and wood stain on a small bench. It was a fine December day, unseasonably warm. He rolled up his shirtsleeves and sanded the old chair.

Langston was shooting hoops at the other end of the empty parking lot. He bounced and shot, ducking and weaving, imagining a defender who blocked his moves. Jacob stopped working and watched. The boy dribbled around the basket, faking his imaginary opponent, shooting, and missing.

Jacob closed his eyes. He could see Yossi in dark pants and a white shirt dribbling a basketball down a busy street. He tried to hang on to the picture, but the sound of a ball on asphalt beckoned.

He put the sandpaper down and approached Langston. He held his hands open in front of him, silently asking to join in.

Langston hesitated. “My mom said I should stay away from you.”

Jacob said nothing, but he clapped his hands in the universal “gimme-the-ball” signal. Langston gave him an easy pass.

When Jacob felt the dimpled ball hit his hands, he was in familiar territory. He dribbled to the basket and nailed a layup.

Langston was astonished. “Where’d you learn to do that?”

Jacob shrugged. “When I was a kid.”

“Were you good?”

“Not in the beginning.”

“Who says you’re good now?”

Jacob stopped bouncing the ball and laughed.

Out of the corner of his eye, Jacob saw Rosie watching them from her front porch. He dribbled with his right hand, and then shifted to his left. “You’ve got to dribble on both sides. If you only use your right hand, then you can only go right. The other guy will figure that out pretty quick.”

Jacob passed the ball to Langston. The boy awkwardly dribbled with his left hand. “I suck at this.”

“So practice until you don’t. Otherwise this will happen.” Jacob deftly stole the ball and dribbled with his right hand. “Try to steal.”

Langston tried to get the ball, but Jacob changed to his left hand. When Langston went in for the steal, Jacob quickly switched back. “Don’t watch me. Watch the ball.”

They repeated the process, with Jacob dribbling right, then left. This time Langston anticipated the move and managed to steal the ball.

“You do it,” Jacob instructed. Langston clumsily attempted the maneuver.

“You need to practice. Dribble with your left hand for one week. Move around while you’re doing it. One week. Then we’ll work on crossover.”

As Langston, awkwardly using his left hand, dribbled toward home, Jacob waved to Rosie, still on the porch. She waved back.

Teaching Langston was the most Jacob had spoken in months. The effort was exhausting. How could he take pleasure in a trivial game? He returned to the monotony of sanding the chair’s spindly back.

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