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Girl Got Game (GN 5)
Title: Girl Got Game
Volume: GN 5
Release date: 2004-09-07
Suggested retail price: $9.99
Age rating: 13 - 17 Years
ISBN-10: 1591827000 1591827000
ISBN-13: 9781591827009 9781591827009
When Kensuke Yura, the boy who puts himself ahead of the team, worms his way back to boys' basketball squad, not everyone is giving him high-fives. Kyo feels sorry for him, and wants to be a good teammate by being his friend. Will Kensuke take advantage of her assist? Or will he just foul out?
Story and art by Shizuru Seino.
(added on 2011-10-21, modified on 2011-10-21)
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