Rebound: A 2nd Chance

“I'll just force them to recognize and respect the blood and sweat that I'm dripping on the hardwood. Because I don't hold anything back. I leave everything out on the court." -Jason Yang. Ever since one fateful moment Jason had been hooked to basketball. The phrase “Ball is life” couldn’t be anymore true for Jason. He wasn’t born with any god given talent nor did he posses the body of a natural born athlete. The only thing Jason could rely on was his unbreakable will. But after ten years of not being able to make the jump to the professional level doubts begin to crawl into Jason’s mind for the first time. Just as he was at a turning point in his life Jason dies only to find that he has woken up twenty years in the past. Can he utilize his years of experience and the skills he developed as a collegiate player to make it to the professional level in this second chance at life? - - - Updates: I try for one chapter a day but sometimes life happens. Follow me on Instagram thegaji. I'll post previews for the next chapter as well post any updates if things happen. Shout outs to Kiiara who helped me by making this awesome cover for the story. If you like romance novels then check her story out :The Days When I’m With You. If you want to join a discord server where you can talk about Jaya's journey our basketball in general then join us. https://discord.gg/3EycZz33EQ

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A good harvest

After the first two minutes of the second quarter Coach Swendel signaled to the referee as he called for a timeout.

Jason and the rest of the guys made their way over to their bench. Jason dropped into his chair as he grabbed a sports bottle out of the container and poured out a bit of ice-cold water on top of his head.

After he was done wiping his face with his towel the first thing he saw was Coach Swendel looking at him worriedly.

"You okay Jaya? Maybe we should change up the offense. No one expected Rudy to come out as an elite defender this game."

Jason shook his head before looking up to Coach Swendel with a slight grin "We should keep going like this."

He then took a look at the scoreboard before continuing "We're up 24 to 20. That might sound like we cutting it a little close but we're actually in a pretty good spot.