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Laying down into your bed, you hear this consistent knocking. You try to sleep through it but it seems as if it is going to never stop. Curious, you roll out of bed away from the comfort of the spouse's warm body but carefully move closer, step by step point into the path of the sound. Every step you choose questioning whether or not your home is being robbed. You eventually facilitate your way home and quickly turn the light switch just to find your house vacant and completely void of any damage or signs of a theft of any kindnonetheless, you still hear the sound. You notice it's coming from your front door, however its 3 A.M. on a school night. The hairs on the back of the neck start to rise and your heart beats faster, wondering who is violently knocking on your front door. You recall the incident at your shop through which a brick was thrown through the window and how you angered the neighborhood by canceling a match and blemishing a year with such a historical beginning. You pull the shade back on the front door, showing not a parent, but Timo Cruz, once a participant on your basketball team that you haven't noticed for months, coated in blood. You hastily unlatch the door and encourage him in. At first sight, he begins muttering the events leading him up now covered in his cousin's blood vessels. He tells how he scared off several bullies to the other players to the basketball team with the gun in his waist, but just to witness his cousin slaughtered from across the road. That is a scene by the award-winning movie, Coach Carter, as a part of the struggles Coach Ken Carter faced and overcame while on his way to training his team to the high school state championship match. Coach Carter, which won 3 awards and also received 10 nominations for the best d.. .