Law & Order: Special Victims Unit: Season 13, Episode 2

Personal Fouls (28 Sep. 2011)

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SVU investigates an accusation that a revered high school basketball coach sexually abused his players, but they ultimately may need the cooperation of a reluctant pro superstar to make the case.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
John Munch (credit only)
Coach Ray Masters
Stevie Harris
David Arnoff
Prince Miller
Supreme (as Dwight 'Heavy D' Myers)


As Coach Ray Masters is inducted to the Metro Basketball Hall of Fame by former students Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh, an ex-player accuses the coach of sexually abusing him as a child. Detective Nick Amaro transfers into the SVU squad and is thrown on to the case. The detectives interview former players but no one admits to abuse, forcing Benson and Fin to dig deeper into Coach Ray's most successful player, basketball star Prince Miller and his manager/cousin. Written by NBC Publicity

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Some piece of work
4 May 2013 | by (Buffalo, New York) – See all my reviews

As Dan Lauria, noted high school basketball coach with a reputation for sending a few players notably Mehcad Brooks, on to the top in the world of basketball is being honored, one of his former players interrupts the banquet. Aaron Tveit sure looks out of place at that the little clambake, he's a junkie now, but his accusations bring in the SVU squad including new members Danny Pino and Kelli Ghiddish.

No one and I mean NO ONE wants to talk about Lauria among his former players in other than the most laudatory terms. All deny vehemently any accusations of sexual abuse no matter how old they are. Then Tveit is found dead with a hotshot overdose and the squad gets a little desperate to find some confirmation.

It comes down to Mehcad Brooks who is now a Kobe Bryant type mega-player with the contract and ancillaries to prove it.

Lauria highlights this episode, this guy is some piece of work.

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