Best friends--Juvenile fiction; High school students--Juvenile fiction; High schools--Juvenile fiction; Schools--Juvenile fiction; Friendship in youth--Juvenile fiction; Competition (Psychology)--Juvenile fiction; Basketball stories--Juvenile fiction
Going head-to-head with your best friend is never easy, on the court or off.
Josie loves hottie Ethan Lancaster, the captain of the basketball team, but she never can do or say the right thing in front of him. So how can it be fair that Ethan is only interested in her best friend, Cami, when Cami isn’t even trying for his affection? Or is she?
Cami dreams of winning her basketball team’s coveted MVP award, and earning the chance to take the court during a special halftime demonstration with WNBA star Rebecca Lobo, but her best friend, Josie, is a better player. So how can it be fair that Josie is a shoo-in for the honor if she is barely interested in basketball in the first place and isn’t even trying to be the best? Or is she? [from publisher's web site]
Winner of the 2004 Young Adult Literature Award, Association for Mormon Letters