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Basketball Brothers

Story by Matthew Rolka and Seth Cable

Illustrated by Matthew Rolka

Version 1.0

  • This is Tom. He loves to play basketball.
  • This is Tom's older brother, Jim.
  • Jim is very good at basketball.
  • Tom is not. But he wishes he could join the basketball team with Jim.
  • "Jim, could I join the basketball team with you?"
  • "Well, Tom, first, you have to be older."
  • "And, you have to be tall."
  • "And, you have to run fast."
  • "And, you have to shoot the basketball well."
  • "But that will never happen!"
  • "Yes it will! I will get older!"
  • "And, I will get tall!"
  • "And, I will run fast!"
  • "And, I will shoot the basketball well!"
  • And, he did! One year later, Tom joined the team!
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Story Text:

  1. This is Tom. He loves to play basketball.
  2. This is Tom's older brother, Jim.
  3. Jim is very good at basketball.
  4. Tom is not. But he wishes he could join the basketball team with Jim.
  5. "Jim, could I join the basketball team with you?"
  6. "Well, Tom, first, you have to be older."
  7. "And, you have to be tall."
  8. "And, you have to run fast."
  9. "And, you have to shoot the basketball well."
  10. "But that will never happen!"
  11. "Yes it will! I will get older!"
  12. "And, I will get tall!"
  13. "And, I will run fast!"
  14. "And, I will shoot the basketball well!"
  15. And, he did! One year later, Tom joined the team!

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Summary:

Jim wants to be a basketball player like his older brother Tom.

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Cite this storyboard as:

Matthew Rolka & Seth Cable (2014). Basketball Brothers. Totem Field Storyboards . Retrieved from http://www.totemfieldstoryboards.org on Jul 22, 2018.

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