In episode 10 of My Senpai Is Annoying, everyone plays basketball together – and Sakurai Yuto learns some important life lessons along the way.
Kodoani.com – WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Episode 10 of My Senpai Is Annoying“Autumn, or Ordinary Days”.
Igarashi Futaba aspires to prove himself as a competent, reliable office worker with a stubborn and proud personality. But she’s not the only one with something to prove My Senpai Is Annoying. Toko Sakurai’s younger brother, Yuto, faces some insecurities about his physical strength and athletic ability – something Igarashi may be related to.
Luckily, Yuto has plenty of new friends to cheer him up and help him practice, and an afternoon basketball game is the perfect time to see how manly he can be and create something. something for yourself. However, it may not be so easy.
One afternoon, Kazama Sota met Yuto at the local outdoor basketball court and generously gave him some free practice sessions, even though things didn’t go so well at first. Yuto had received words of encouragement from Kurobe Natsumi, but the lesson had not taken root and he still doubted himself. Yuto then mentioned this to his sister, who volunteered for the next lesson – complete with rice ball snacks.
Soon after, the group played a friendly basketball game together, with Sakurai Toko staying on the sidelines to act as referee. Yuto finds himself on a team with Igarashi and Kurobe against Takeda and Kazama, and the game begins. It’s a casual game with five points to win, as nobody here is particularly competitive in sports or basketball in particular. The real goal is for people to exercise, have fun and teach Yuto some confidence and sportsmanship. The good-natured game was somewhat derailed, however, as Yuto was eliminated, and the remaining players bent the rules a bit.
After losing to him in the game, Igarashi became the center and challenged her senpai, Takeda. She managed to overcome this giant obstacle, and as is his good sport, Takeda tried to accept all odds. Igarashi throws the basketball, only to knock out both her and Takeda, leaving only Kazama and Kurobe in the game. This may represent Igarashi’s fierce but over-ambitious efforts to impress everyone, especially herself, and she clearly has a long way to go in both sports and sports. life. Luckily, Takeda did it well, happily watching the other two players compete for two hours straight.
Yuto ended up primarily watching others play but did feel empowered and confident, and may have overcome his mental obstacles to confidently play sports at school. More than just physical training, Yuto needs examples of teamwork, good sportsmanship and courage in the game, and he can apply those lessons to not only basketball but also to life itself.
Igarashi, Takeda, and the rest also show off their best sides in the match, a theme tied to Igarashi and Kurobe’s high school days in particular. They made a good team back then, with Igarashi’s passion for the arts driving Kurobe to devote himself to running and fitness instead of being a violent person. Today, everyone gives Yuto what Igarashi did for Kurobe, and it pays off as My Senpai Is Annoying continues.