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In 1981 in L.A., Monica moves in next door to Quincy. They're 11, and both want to play in the NBA, just like Quincy's dad. Their love-hate relationship lasts into high school, with Monica's edge and Quincy's top-dog attitude separating them, except when Quincy's parents argue and he climbs through Monica's window to sleep on the floor. As high school ends, they come together as a couple, but within a year, with both of them playing ball at USC, Quincy's relationship with his father takes an ugly turn, and it leads to a break up with Monica. Some years later, their pro careers at a crossroads, they meet again. It's time for a final game of one-on-one with high stakes. Written by
This is the second incident where Omar Epps has played a character named Quincy. The first being in 1992's Thriller/Drama Juice, starring Tupac Shakur. There, Epps plays Quincy 'Q' Powell as opposed to Quincy 'Q' McCall in this film. See more »
The interlocked "SC" logo appears in numerous shots, particularly during the women's practices and games in the gym. That logo was designed in 1993, and was first used that fall. The script "uSc" logo was heavily used before that. It appears in other places throughout the film, including the men's basketball team shorts and the coach's door. See more »
[In her office after a game]
We've got our final games against Oregon and Oregon State, and I'm shaking things up a bit, so... I'm starting you at point again.
But, uh... I thought Sidra's ankle was OK for next game.
You want the job, or not?
[Keeps staring at Coach Davis]
It just... it just seems like you're always riding me.
[pauses, then speaks]
You think I'd go hoarse for a player with no potential? When I ignore you... then you worry.
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The end of the creidts show Quincy's and Monica's daughter dunking a basketball . See more »
i must of watched this film a hundred times it is so fab. Sanaa Lathan and Omar Epps are brillant in this movie. It is not only a super love storey but it shows the womans rights to play a sport she loves. This film is by far the best film i have ever seen the actors the director everybody involved in this movie was totaly brillant. There has been many love stories that are typical they meat fall in love and live happy for the rest of there lives, this movie shows the ups and downs of a relationship but still the bond between them is never broken. This is a movie worth getting.
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