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Double Teamed (2002)

Two sisters become world-famous basketball players.


Duwayne Dunham


Douglas Penn (story), John Wierick (story) | 1 more credit »




Cast overview, first billed only:
Poppi Monroe ... Heather Burge
Annie McElwain ... Heidi Burge
Teal Redmann ... Nicky Williams
Nick Searcy ... Larry Burge
Tanya Shanti Goott Tanya Shanti Goott ... Madison Stricklin (as Tanya Goott)
Joey Miyashima ... Wendall Yoshida
Mackenzie Phillips ... Mary Burge
Chris Olivero ... Galen Alderman
Mitch English ... Game Announcer
Iyari Limon ... Zoe Gold
Tyke Martin Tyke Martin ... Long Beach Referee
Allan Kayser ... Nicky's Dad
Rachel Woodward Hansen Rachel Woodward Hansen ... Leslie (as Rachel Woodward)
Brooke Robison Brooke Robison ... Terri
Jeff Olsen Jeff Olsen ... Sports Reporter


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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Poppi Monroe and Annie McElwain both had to wear padding in their shoes to make them appear much taller than everyone else. See more »


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No Double Dribble
31 May 2003 | by glitterchic44See all my reviews

I have seen this movie, and I thought that it was a very inspirational movie for young girls like myself to do their best. You may not think that it doesn't show the obstacles they had to face, but moving to a new town and having people hate you in high school is definitely an obstacle, and almost every teenage girl can relate. It was a good movie that could inspire a future WNBA star! And even though they didn't look like each other it doesn't matter, it's not exactly easy to find two tall twin blondes around age 16 who can act! I say this movie is a 3-point play!

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18 January 2002 (USA) See more »

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The Heidi and Heather Burge Story See more »

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