The Boondocks (2005–2014)
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Coaching a terrible children's basketball team, Tom believes Riley's amazing And1 inspired ball-handling skills are just what his squad needs to win its first game, until everyone finds out... See full summary »

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Andre Brooks, Aaron McGruder (creator) | 3 more credits »

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Cast

Episode cast overview:
Regina King ... Huey Freeman / Riley Freeman (voice)
John Witherspoon ... Robert 'Granddad' Freeman (voice)
Cedric Yarbrough ... Tom Dubois (voice)
Gary Anthony Williams ... Uncle Ruckus (voice)
Jill Talley ... Sarah Dubois (voice)
Gabby Soleil Gabby Soleil ... Jazmine Dubois (voice)
Carl Jones Carl Jones ... (voice)
Jim Meskimen ... (voice)
Michael Ralph ... (voice)
Tara Strong ... Cindy McPhearson (voice)
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Coaching a terrible children's basketball team, Tom believes Riley's amazing And1 inspired ball-handling skills are just what his squad needs to win its first game, until everyone finds out Riley doesn't know how to shoot or play with teammates. Written by Bruno Antony

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

3 December 2007 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Part of the episode is inspired by the story of Jason McElwain, nicknamed "J-Mac", autistic amateur athlete, in both basketball and marathon, and public speaker. McElwain came to fame on national news, in 2006, when he played during a high school basketball game, and scored twenty points including six straight three pointers. See more »

Quotes

Uncle Ruckus: [Explaining to Riley how to behave when Cindy McPhearson gets in the basketball game] Lookin' at the white girl, that's a foul. Speakin' to the white girl, that's a technical foul. Touchin' the white girl... oh-ho-ho-ho-ho... that's a lynchin'!
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References King Kong (1933) See more »

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Roundball Rock
Composed by John Tesh
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