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Love & Basketball (26-Jan-2000)

Director: Gina Prince-Bythewood

Writer: Gina Prince-Bythewood

Keywords: Romantic Drama, Basketball

Urban love story follows a basketball prodigy's long-running relationship with a Los Angeles woman.

ABSTRACT
Southern California serves as the setting for this love story of romance at an intersection with sports, following once-next-door neighbors Monica and Quincy -- the latter, the son of a star in the NBA -- as they form a complicated love-hate and, at times, romantic connection predicated on their shared passion for basketball spanning multiple decades.

NameOccupationBirthDeathKnown for
Tyra Banks
Model
4-Dec-1973   America's Next Top Model
Monica Calhoun
Actor
29-Jul-1971   Bagdad Café
Omar Epps
Actor
23-Jul-1973   Now you got the juice
Regina Hall
Actor
12-Dec-1970   Scary Movie
Dennis Haysbert
Actor
2-Jun-1954   President David Palmer on 24
Chick Hearn
Sports Journalist
27-Nov-1916 5-Aug-2002 Legendary basketball announcer
Shar Jackson
Actor
4-Sep-1976   Niecy Jackson on Moesha
Boris Kodjoe
Actor
8-Mar-1973   Soul Food
Sanaa Lathan
Actor
19-Sep-1971   Love & Basketball
Harry Lennix
Actor
16-Nov-1964   Boyd Langton on Dollhouse
Debbi Morgan
Actor
20-Sep-1956   Dr. Angela Hubbard All My Children
Kyla Pratt
Actor
16-Sep-1986   One on One
Robin Roberts
TV Personality
23-Nov-1960   Good Morning America
Gabrielle Union
Actor
29-Oct-1972   Night Stalker
Dick Vitale
Sports Journalist
9-Jun-1939   Highly excitable sportscaster
Alfre Woodard
Actor
8-Nov-1953   K-PAX

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