The shouts of coaches, teammates, and referees, the cheers of the crowd: these are all vital cues to a player in the midst of a basketball game. But high school athlete Diondre Carter can't hear them. The key to his performance is Vicki Josefsberg, his school's tutor and sign language interpreter for deaf students. On the court and in the classroom, in an urban public school where thirty languages are spoken and where racial and ethnic tensions have sometimes led to gang violence, Vicki and Diondre set a example of courage, determination, and communication. Accessibility options on the DVD are: (1) expanded description, (2) English subtitles in a black box.