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(2001)

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Based on a true story.
Before the film was released in 2001, posters and ads reflected the rating as R before it was re-edited to dub over the kids using the "f" word. Despite quite a bit of profanity remaining, the film was then released with a PG-13 rating.
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All of the league's team names are taken from tribes in Africa.
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The number of players on the Kekambas team changes consistently throughout the movie. In the beginning, there are only eight players consisting of: Andre Ray Peetes, Jamal, Clarence, Jefferson Albert Tibbs, Miles Pennfield II, and three others whose names are never mentioned. Then they are joined by three more boys, Raymont "Ray-Ray" Bennet and Kofi and Jarius "G-Baby" Evans bringing the team total up to eleven. Jamal is cut from the team halfway through the movie because of a technicality which brings the team down to ten players. Then after "G-Baby" is killed in the drive-by shooting at the end of the film, it brings the final total of players to exactly nine.
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There are at least three players on the Kekambas team whose names we never learn, nor do we ever hear them speak. The only ones who speak and have their names mentioned are: Andre Ray Peetes, Miles Pennfield II, Jefferson Albert Tibbs, Kofi and Jarius "G-Baby" Evans, Raymont "Ray-Ray". Bennet, Clarence, and Jamal.
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This film serves as the debut performance of Michael B. Jordan
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