Nathan Scott is the star of 'the Ravens' high school basketball team, just like his proud father, Dan Scott - but get's pushed even harder by his dad than the team's coach. When the team celebrates a victory by 'borrowing' a school bus arrests are made; Dan manages to get Nathan out of trouble. Unfortunately others are less lucky and the team needs new players, so the coach invites Nathan's half-brother Lucas Scott, who only plays informal basketball his passion being reading. When he also seems to get on with Nathan's steady girlfriend Peyton, the star dares him to a one-to-one for high stakes. Written by
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Lucas is reading "The Winter of Our Discontent" by John Steinbeck. See more
When Lucas offers Peyton a ride after needing her car towed, you can clearly see a crew member to the left of Peyton after she asks, "Why are guys such jerks?" In the same scene, you can see blue crew equipment on the right of the screen. See more
The basket counts, and it's 14-12, game point for Nathan. He could win it all, right here.
[Nathan comes forward and passes Lucas
Nathan for the win.
[Nathan is about to set the ball in the basket, but Lucas blocks him in the last moment
Holy crap, did you see that? Someday, men will write stories about that block. Children will be named after it. Argentinean women will weep for it.
References Dawson's Creek
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