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)
Odafin Tutuola (as Ice T)
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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Carmelo Anthony and Chris Bosh appear as themselves in the beginning and end of this episode. See more »


Prince mispronounces Bernardsville (NJ), the town he supposedly lives in. See more »


Olivia Benson: [to Cragen] We're hiring another detective?
Donald Cragen: Well, we're short-staffed. He's a good guy, out of warrants. He starts tomorrow. You have a problem with that?
Olivia Benson: Well, it's hard enough showing one rookie the ropes and now we have two. I mean, what is this, a day care center?
Donald Cragen: Elliot's not coming back, Liv.
Olivia Benson: It takes me twice as long to explain the job to somebody else as it does to do it myself.
Donald Cragen: It's not your call. Now you want to be here, you're gonna have to start working with other detectives. All ...
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2 Great New "Rookies"
28 September 2011 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

I could only give it an 8 because its not even half over. I missed the last couple episodes so I was caught off guard with Det. Stabler's situation. So I was just getting ready to commiserate with Marishka at having to train the rookies. Well once I saw who they were, I knew all was well. First I saw Danny Pino from Cold Case, one of the best crime dramas ever made. His character in Cold Case was great, tough & mysterious, yet sensitive & deep. Oh yeah, and he was a great cop. Then I caught a glimpse, is that her? Could it be? I don't know her name, but she was the star of a pretty good show that's not on any more either about a squad of Federal Marshalls out of Texas - Chase. She was good police, too. Of course not as realistic as some police shows, but hey, everybody can't be The Wire or Southland. I have a new excitement about Law & Order: SVU. Thanks TV.

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