10 Animes Like Ahiru no Sora

Sora Kurumatani’s modest height has been a source of frustration for him ever since he first developed an interest in game of basketball because it is often believed to be the sport’s most valuable attribute.

Despite the fact that he lacked access to this advantageous feature, Sora’s unyielding determination never allowed the fact that he was on the shorter side to affect his playing ability. He had a firm belief that he needed to work as hard as he could and consistently practise to demonstrate that he was capable.

Sora enrols in Kuzuryuu High School with the intention of joining the school’s basketball club and participating in tournaments with his full commitment in the belief that this will fulfil his mother’s request.

Sora discovers that the Hanazono boys, Chiaki and Momoharu, whom he later becomes acquainted with, have likewise lost their formerly passionate enthusiasm to play. This news comes as a surprise to Sora.

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