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Baseball happens to be a game of cumulative tension but football, basketball and hockey are played with hand grenades and machine guns.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
They said playing basketball would kill me. Well, not playing basketball was killing me.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
I always tried to make clear that basketball is not the ultimate. It is of small importance in comparison to the total life we live. There is only one kind of life that truly wins, and that is the one that places faith in the hands of the Savior. Until that is done, we are on an aimless course that runs in circles and goes nowhere.More [01/01/2000 12:01:00]
Coach Ken Carter: l came to coach basketball players, and you became students.
Coach Ken Carter: l came to teach boys, and you became men.More [09/30/2005 12:09:00]
Coach Ken Carter: [to the people in attendance at the board hearing] You really need to consider the message you're sending this boys by ending the lockout. It's the same message that we as a culture send to our professional athletes; and that is that they are above the law. If these boys cannot honor the simple rules of a basketball contract, how long do you think it will be before they're out there breaking the law? I played ball here at Richmond High 30 years ago. It was the same thing then; some of my teammates went to prison, some of them even ended up dead. If you vote to end the lockout, you won't have to terminate me; I'll quit.More [09/30/2005 12:09:00]
I'm inconsolable at the present time, I was a very good friend of Jordan, he was probably the greatest basketball player this country has ever seen. We will never see his like again.More [03/20/2006 12:03:00]
I was a high school basketball player and high jumper, so I thought I could helpMore [03/22/2006 12:03:00]
I've always been like that. I was a tomboy when I was a kid, so I was always playing baseball and basketball and football and stuff as a kid with the boys.More [03/23/2006 12:03:00]
In the original script, my character was a basketball player rather than a boxer. I didn't think I could pull that off. I'm a little short to be a basketball player!More [05/06/2006 12:05:00]
I was in Sundance with Narc when I got the call that he'd died on the basketball court at age 37. He was on his way too. Blow was really sure handed. He was really coming into his own.More [06/08/2006 12:06:00]
“He was my assistant for seven years and after his fourth year we named him associate head coach. The thing about Fred is he's has a terrific basketball mind and he's an extremely hard worker.”More [06/20/2006 12:06:00]
“I played varsity on all of them for four years. I'm 5'9 and that's not that tall for a center so I was a forward. I loved playing volleyball and basketball and track I was good at, but it stressed me out.”More [08/04/2006 12:08:00]
I was - well, I went to cheer for the NIT tournaments, basketball tournaments for Alabama.More [09/27/2006 12:09:00]
President McKenna: What is that?
William Stryker: A jet.
President McKenna: What kind of jet?
William Stryker: We don't know-but it comes out of the basketball court.More [03/15/2007 12:03:00]
[Jamie Smith bounces a basketball on the table where Eversman is working]
Eversmann: What the fuck, Smith?
Smith: Well?
Eversmann: "Well" what?
Smith: We going out?
Eversmann: Why should I tell you?
Smith: Because I'm me!More [04/26/2007 12:04:00]
Matt is more than just a good basketball player, … He is the consummate professional who places his team first and gives a total effort every night.More [08/17/2007 12:08:00]
Edwina "Eddie" Franklin: I thought this was a professional basketball team. Obviously, I'm out of my mind. I'm in here with rap artists and pitchmen. Do you remember that people pay to come and see you guys? People spent $2,000 on season tickets up in the nosebleed sections because they think you guys are worthwhile. And what about the little kids? Oh, forget about them, huh? The little kids who actually think you guys are heroes -- stupid them! (Eddie walks out of the locker room.)
Darren Taylor: $2,000 for some season tickets? That makes you think.
Stacy Patton: Yeah, home girl has some sorry seats.More [10/06/2007 12:10:00]
Sport's Dad: [over ecstatic] Will you take a look at this. Huh? Huh? What do you think of your old man now, Sport? 500 smackaroos! No more paying with change. No more, no more spaghetti. Going to feel like steak. And you know those fancy basketball sneakers with the, with the buckles and the Velcro and the crap all over them? Their yours, buddy boy, all yours!
[his phone rings, he answers it]
Sport's Dad: Hello? Murray. Hey, hey I take it all back. All agents aren't useless. Oh, I'm kidding you, I'm kidding you, man. You know I was always in your corner. Oh, yeah, I knew you'd come through. Well, Sport and I are going to do a little celebrating today...
Sport: [knock at the door, Sport answers. It's Harriet]
Harriet M. Welsch: Hey.
Sport: Hey.
Harriet M. Welsch: Sold his book?
Sport: Got a real job.
Sport's Dad: [notices Harriet] Hey, Harriet, you hear the good news?
Harriet M. Welsch: [smiling] You're a writer. So how's it feel?
Sport's Dad: Oh, big slice off heaven, side order of fries. Say, you hungry? I feel like going to the fanciest, schmaniest restaurant in town. We'll abuse the waiter. Who's with me? Harriet?
Sport: She can't come.
Sport's Dad: What do you mean she can't come? You haven't even asked her.
Sport: [firmly] I said she can't come.
[to Harriet]
Sport: You can't be my friend if you're not my friend.
[he closes the door on Harriet]
Harriet M. Welsch: [from the other side of the door, crying]
[whispers]
Harriet M. Welsch: I'm sorry, Sport. I'm sorry.More [02/08/2008 12:02:00]
[about Jimmy Chitwood]
Myra Fleener: You know, a basketball hero around here is treated like a god, er, uh, how can he ever find out what he can really do? I don't want this to be the high point of his life. I've seen them, the real sad ones. They sit around the rest of their lives talking about the glory days when they were seventeen years old.
Coach Norman Dale: You know, most people would kill... to be treated like a god, just for a few moments.More [03/26/2008 12:03:00]
Charlie Croker: [playing basketball with Handome Rob when his phone rings] Hello?
Stella: I want to see the look on that man's face when his gold is gone. He took my father from me, I'm taking this.
[hangs up]
Charlie Croker: [to Handsome Rob] She's in.More [04/25/2008 12:04:00]
Basketball Coach: [sees John in the thong and Coach Williams holding John's ear] What the hell?
Coach Williams: I think this belongs to you, Coach. I found it in my bed.
John Tucker: Coach, make her let go.
Basketball Coach: [to Coach Williams] Let go.
[Coach Williams lets go of John's ear]
Basketball Coach: "Live and let live" is what I say, Tucker. Takes all kinds to build a freeway. But I am not equipped for this kind of weirdness THIS CLOSE TO THE PLAYOFFS!
[spectators laugh and jeer. John is embarrassed. The basketball coach goes back into his room. John turns around and sees Kate]
Kate: I guess it was four instead of three. Sorry.
[John goes back into his room, embarrassed]
Coach Williams: Show's over ladies. Back to your rooms.
[to more spectators]
Coach Williams: Show's over! Back to your rooms.More [05/13/2008 12:05:00]
Kate: I don't get it. I mean, these girls all seem so confident and cool. How do they not know that John's cheating on all of them?
Crying Waitress: He's a total operator. He goes out with girls from different cliques so that they never actually talk to each other.
[chuckles]
Crying Waitress: And then he tells them that his father won't let him date during basketball season so they'll have to keep it a secret.
Kate: How'd you learn all this stuff?
Crying Waitress: [sobbing] I don't know, just a guess.
[runs away crying]More [05/13/2008 12:05:00]
Carrie: [sees the entire basketball team wearing thongs] Unbelievable.
Beth: [on phone, angrily] I'd hit him with my car if he wouldn't make body casts a fashion statement.More [05/13/2008 12:05:00]
Maximilian II: [Is being complimented by his aide on his basketball skills] Yeah, no, I was in the zone, what can I say?More [06/28/2008 12:06:00]
Julie: We're shirts. You're skins.
Elder Aaron Davis: [pulls down the hem of his shirt blushing] Uh... no.
Christian: Fine, we'll be skins.
[both him and Juile take off their shirts]
Ryder: [looking at Juile's chest] Whoa!
[walks into the basketball pole]
Ryder: Ow!More [07/11/2008 12:07:00]
Pat Judd:
All right, so I don't know the difference between basketball and hopscotch.



Mike Taft:
You should, there's little money in hopscotch.



Johnny Long:
Not much more in basketball.

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Hips:
[following the big college basketball game, in which Spencer Lewis has shaved points for the Mafia to pay off Axel's gambling debt] ... Okay, we're in the clear. In fact, you might just have a couple of favors coming your way.



Axel Freed:
How's that? What do you mean?



Hips:
What are you, naive? This Lewis kid's got maybe a year or two left before he makes the NBA. You think my friends are gonna let him just slip through their fingers, after a night like this?



Axel Freed:
He did it for ME. He won't do it again.



Hips:
Ah, quit lying to yourself. Once you ain't a virgin no more, you're a whore till you die.

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[McMurphy, getting Chief into the basketball game]



McMurphy:
Hit me, Chief, I got the moves!

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Morris Thorpe:
[a new kid shows up wearing a basketball letter jacket] Relax, that jacket said Montana. There can't be more than three high schools in the whole territory.

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Thomas Sullivan Magnum III:
If basketball was all there was to life, you'd be set.

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Joey:
Wait a minute. I know you. You're Kareem Abdul-Jabar. You play basketball for the Los Angeles Lakers.



Roger Murdock:
I'm sorry son, but you must have me confused with someone else. My name is Roger Murdock. I'm the co-pilot.



Joey:
You are Kareem. I've seen you play. My dad's got season tickets.



Roger Murdock:
I think you should go back to your seat now Joey. Right Clarence?



Captain Oveur:
Nahhhhhh, he's not bothering anyone, let him stay here.



Roger Murdock:
But just remember, my name is ROGER MURDOCK. I'm an airline pilot.



Joey:
I think you're the greatest, but my dad says you don't work hard enough on defense. And he says that lots of times, you don't even run down court. And that you don't really try... except during the playoffs.



Roger Murdock:
The hell I don't. LISTEN KID. I've been hearing that crap ever since I was at UCLA. I'm out there busting my buns every night. Tell your old man to drag Walton and Lanier up and down the court for 48 minutes.

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[Tony is playing basketball with a group of friends]



Manny:
¡Tony! ¡Montana! ¡Tony Montana! Ven acá, man. Come here.



Tony Montana:
¿Qué te pasa?


[What's wrong with you?]



Manny:
Come here, man. I gotta talk to you. Come on, man. It's important.



Tony Montana:
So close, man.



Manny:
Come on. Come on, man. I gotta talk to you.



Angel:
[to Tony] Where are you going, man?



Manny:
[to Angel] Leave him alone, okay?



Tony Montana:
[to Angel] I got better things to do.



Angel:
[to Tony] You're chicken, man. You almost made it.


[Tony and Manny walk away]



Manny:
Are you ready for some good news?



Tony Montana:
Sure. What you got, man?



Manny:
We can be outta this place in 30 days. Not only that, but we got a green card and a job in Miami. Now are we made or are we made, man?



Tony Montana:
What do we gotta do? Go to Cuba and hit the beard or what?



Manny:
No, man, somebody else.



Tony Montana:
You're kidding?



Manny:
No.



Tony Montana:
You're not kidding?


[Manny smiles]



Manny:
Guy named Rebenga, man. Emilio Rebenga.



Tony Montana:
Rebenga? Coño, man. I know that name.



Manny:
Yeah?



Tony Montana:
He's political.



Manny:
Yeah. Well, he's coming in here today, man. Castro just sprung him. This guy, man, was one of the top dogs for Fidel in the early days. But Castro felt like he couldn't trust him anymore and threw him in jail. But while he was on top, he tortured a few guys to death. And one of the guy's brother is a rich guy in Miami now, and he wants the favor repaid. That's where we come in.

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Agent Cedric:
[sidling up to Blindman] Know any good white basketball players?



Blindman:
There are no good white basketball players.

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Stan:
I know everything about basketball - it's one of the interesting things about me.



Sophia:
Please. You've lived here for two months; there's nothing interesting about you.



Stan:
Go on, ask me anything.



Sophia:
All right... when are you moving out?

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[Vernon catches Bender playing basketball in the gym]



Bender:
Don't you want to hear my excuse?



Richard Vernon:
Out.



Bender:
I'm thinkin' of tryin' out for a scholarship.

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Coach Finstock:
Look Scotty, I know what you're going through. Couple years back, a kid came to me much the same way you're coming to me now, saying the same thing that you're saying. He wanted to drop off the team. His mother was a widow, all crippled up. She was scrubbing floors. She had this pin in her hip. So he wanted to drop basketball and get a job. Now these were poor people with real problems. Understand what I'm saying?



Scott Howard:
"What happened to the kid?



Coach Finstock:
"I don't know. He quit. He was a third stringer, I didn't need him.

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Dragons Basketball Coach:
You want to forfeit the game?



Coach Finstock:
Yeah, what's wrong with that?



Dragons Basketball Coach:
No.



Coach Finstock:
No?



Dragons Basketball Coach:
My boys have league scoring records at stake. It wouldn't be fair to them.



Coach Finstock:
I just thought if we quit now, you could beat the 5 o'clock traffic.



Dragons Basketball Coach:
There's a lot to learn from losing.



Coach Finstock:
Hey, we'll play, if it's that big a deal to you.

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Art Ridzik:
Oh, great. We got a pro basketball team coming toward us - with guns!

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George Costanza:
A beautiful, successful, intelligent woman is in love with me and I throw it all away. Now I will spend the rest of my life living alone. I'll sit in my disgusting little apartment, watching basketball games, eating Chinese takeout, walking around with no underwear because I'm too lazy to do the laundry.



Jerry:
You walk around with no underwear.



George Costanza:
Ya, what do you do when you run out of laundry?



Jerry:
I do a wash.

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Peter Mitchell:
[Mary is upset about leaving New York for England] Close your eyes. Can you see us?



Mary:
[she has her eyes closed] No.



Peter Mitchell:
Well, you're not looking hard enough. Look harder. Way in the back. Can you see us now?



Mary:
Yeah.



Peter Mitchell:
Ok what are we doing?



Mary:
Michael's drawing, Jack's looking in the mirror, and you're watching basketball on TV yelling at Jack for not cleaning up the kitchen!



Peter Mitchell:
Well, that sounds about right to me!

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[During an indoor practice, Popki's pass bounces off the rim of the basketball hoop]



Coach Rig:
How about that, he stinks at two sports.



Coach Gennero:
I can work with him, just butt out of my offense.



Coach Rig:
If you can build an offense around a guy who throws like Edward Scissorhands, we're gonna be playing a hell of a lot of defense.

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[During practice in the gym, Popki throws a wild pass that bounces off the rim of the basketball hoop]



Coach Rig:
How about that, he stinks at two sports.



Coach Gennero:
I can work with him, just butt out of my offense.



Coach Rig:
If you can build an offense around a guy who throws like Edward Scissorhands, we're going to be playing a hell of alot of defense.

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Press Maravich:
You know I was wathching Geochie last night and it struck me that a good basketball player can make up for alot if he has hands as fast as a gunfighter.

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Pete as adult:
When I was in the eight grade, all I wanted to be was a great basketball player like my dad. At 5'2" and 90 pounds who would believe me. I guess only my dad and I could believe it in the beginning.

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Pete Maravich:
[Giving his report on his dream to the class] My dream is to get a college scholarship to play basketball.


[Class laughs]



Pete Maravich:
And I'm gonna be the man to make a million dollars playing pro basketball.


[Class laughs agian]



Pete Maravich:
Also I wanna play on a championship team and get a big ring that says I was one of the greaatest basketball players of all time.


[Class laughs agian and he hands it to the teacher]

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Louie Kritski:
Wat are you, spying on me?



Tito:
No.



Louie Kritski:
You casing this joint so the brothers can rob it later?



Tito:
[sarcastically] Yeah, you really got some choice stuff here. We can't wait to get our hands on it.



Louie Kritski:
How come you're not in school, kid?



Tito:
It's Saturday.



Louie Kritski:
Yeah? Then why aren't you out playing basketball or break dancing?

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[Rudolf is drinking coffee when a couple of basketball players enter]



Rudolf Andersson:
The ordinary personal is back...



Basketspelaren:
All I want is coffee... and one of those, bye the way, what do you call them?


[Pointing at a pile of chocolate balls]



Rudolf Andersson:
We call them ni -... nigg... wienerbröd.

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[Malucci is shooting hoops with a mini basketball net in the ER]



Dr. Kerry Weaver:
Need something to do, Malucci?



Dr. Dave Malucci:
Uh, no thanks, Chief, I'm swamped.

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Lisa Hunter:
I just checked on the kids, they look so cute. I wish I could think of them as asleep and not just recharging. Tess was so adorable and she was all snuggled up with her hands under her face - she's so sweet and innocent.



Kevin Hunter:
She walked into the shower and saw the entire basketball team naked.

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Edwina "Eddie" Franklin:
I thought this was a professional basketball team. Obviously, I'm out of my mind. I'm in here with rap artists and pitchmen. Do you remember that people pay to come and see you guys? People spent $2,000 on season tickets up in the nosebleed sections because they think you guys are worthwhile. And what about the little kids? Oh, forget about them, huh? The little kids who actually think you guys are heroes -- stupid them! (Eddie walks out of the locker room.)



Darren Taylor:
$2,000 for some season tickets? That makes you think.



Stacy Patton:
Yeah, home girl has some sorry seats.

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[explaining the basketball rules to Snake]



Cuervo Jones:
Two hoops, full court. Ten-second shot clock. Miss a shot, you get shot. Shot clock buzzer goes off before you shoot, you get shot. Two points for a basket, no three-point bullshit. All you gotta do is get ten points. That's it.


[pause]



Cuervo Jones:
By the way, nobody's ever walked off that court alive. Nobody.

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[seeing the crowd chanting Snake's name after he's beaten the basketball shots]



Map to the Stars Eddie:
This town loves a winner...

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Lorne Allen:
I don't like homosexuals any more than the next man, but - God damn it! - we've got a winning basketball team. Can't we wait and fire them after the season?

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[Michael Jordan needs someone to get his basketball gear]



Michael Jordan:
Don't forget my North Carolina shorts.



Daffy Duck:
Your shorts? From college?



Michael Jordan:
I wore them under my Chicago Bulls uniform every game.



Looney Toones characters in unision:
Eeewwww!



Michael Jordan:
I washed them after every game!



Looney Toones characters in unision:
Yeah, okay.



Michael Jordan:
I did!

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[the basketball is approaching one of the Monstars]



Monstar Bupkus:
That's mine!



Bugs:
[snatching that basketball before that Monstar would have caught it] Not today.

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David Langley:
I must admit, over the time you've been here, certain... suspicions have begun to gather in my mind. I'm going to be frank here... are you a doctor?



Mr. Bean:
ummm...


[shakes head]



David Langley:
okay number two, do you know anything about art. I mean... let me see... was Leonardo Da Vinci a famous American basketball player?


[sniggers]



David Langley:
[Bean looks confused, David's face drops]



Mr. Bean:
...yes



David Langley:
...I see


[brings his hand up to his face]

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Derek Vinyard:
Nigger, you just fucked with the wrong bull. You should've learned your lesson on the fuckin' basketball court. But you fuckin' monkey's never get the message. My father gave me that truck motherfucker! You ever shoot at fireman? You come here and shoot at my family? I'm gonna teach you a real lesson now motherfucker. Put your fuckin' mouth on the curb.



Lawrence:
Come on man.



Derek Vinyard:
I said: Put your mouth on the curb!


[lawrence bites onto the curb]



Danny Vinyard:
Derek, no!



Derek Vinyard:
Thats it! Now say good night.


[Derek stomps Lawrence's head into the curb]

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Skip:
I'll see you at school, Mary Sue.


[Jennifer smiles as Skip drives away]



Jennifer:
Who's that?



David:
Skip Martin, captain of the basketball team.



Jennifer:
Does he like me?



David:
As a matter of fact, he does.


[Jennifer's smile turns slightly lecherous]

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Alonzo Harris:
Aww, you motherfuckers. Okay. Alright. I'm putting cases on all you bitches. Huh. You think you can do this shit... Jake. You think you can do this to me? You motherfuckers will be playing basketball in Pelican Bay when I get finished with you. SHU program, nigga. 23 hour lockdown. I'm the man up in this piece. You'll never see the light of... who the fuck do you think you're fucking with? I'm the police, I run shit around here. You just live here. Yeah, that's right, you better walk away. Go on and walk away... 'cause I'm gonna' burn this motherfucker down. King Kong ain't got shit on me. That's right, that's right. Shit, I don't, fuck. I'm winning anyway, I'm winning... I'm winning any motherfucking way. I can't lose. Yeah, you can shoot me, but you can't kill me.

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[after Fry loses basketball game to invading Harlem Globetrotters]



Leela:
Way to go, Fry. Now every galaxy is gonna be cracking wise about our mothers.


[Hermes hangs his head in shame]



Hermes Conrad:
I'm just glad my fat ugly mother is not alive to see this.



Professor Hubert Farnsworth:
Enough about your promiscuous mother, Hermes.

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