Two sisters become world-famous basketball players.

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Cast

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Heather Burge
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Heidi Burge
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Nicky Williams
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Larry Burge
Tanya Shanti Goott ...
Madison Stricklin (as Tanya Goott)
Joey Miyashima ...
Wendall Yoshida
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Mary Burge
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Galen Alderman
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Game Announcer
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Zoe Gold
Tyke Martin ...
Long Beach Referee
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Nicky's Dad
Rachel Woodward Hansen ...
Leslie (as Rachel Woodward)
Brooke Robison ...
Terri
Jeff Olsen ...
Sports Reporter
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Storyline

Heather and Heidi Burge go to an inner-city school where they play volleyball on a team. Their father decides that they need to go to a bigger school outside of their school area so that they can get scholarships. At first the twins were supposed to be playing Volleyball at their new school but then 6'1 Heather is discovered by the basketball coach. Heidi is into drama but is forced to play basketball by her father. It's discovered that they live out of the school zone so they have to move out of their big beautiful house into a small apartment because their father is stuck on them playing basketball. Can they overcome all of these obstacles and win the game at the end? Written by annonymous

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The two girls aren't actually twins See more »

Goofs

You can see a couple cars (including an SUV_ from 2002, the year the film is made, not from 1985, when the film is set, on the streets. See more »

Connections

References Attack of the 50 Ft. Woman (1993) See more »

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Real Fine Day
Written by Stanley A. Smith & Jonathan Hayes
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Awesome film!
23 August 2002 | by (Bellevue, Washington) – See all my reviews

This film was great! I love basket ball, so I was very excited to see that Disney had made a film about basket ball! This movie has a great plot, and has more than one conflict going on at once, so it stays interesting. The only problem with this film is that Heather and Hedi look nothing like twins. Heather has a longer face and thinner nose than Hedi. Heather also has a deeper voice. I know this doesn't sound like much, but it's very noticable in the movie. Other that that, this movie is great! 9/10


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