Eddie

Continuity mistake: In one scene, in the middle of the movie, one of the older players is sitting in a chair near the basketball court, and he is wearing sweat pants, white ones I believe. He is then asked to come in to play by Eddie (Whoopi Goldberg). He then stands up. But in the next scene he is walking up to the other players on the basketball court taking off a light jacket, but no sweat pants.

Factual error: After the New York Kicks start their winning streak, they play against the Suns. The sign outside says, "Knicks vs. Suns - SOLD OUT", but when they take you inside, more than half the seats are empty.

Factual error: In the last scene the Hornet player is driving the key against Ivan, and it thus called for an offensive charging foul, however he double dribbled three times before that which would have been called in the NBA before the offensive charging foul.

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Trivia: At the street ball the guys who play with Stacy Paton are actually NBA players John Starks and Anthony Mason from the NY Knicks and Gary Payton from the Seattle Sonics.

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Edwina "Eddie" Franklin: (to a referee while honorary coach) Hey, you with the $1.99 rug on your head! Would you get out of my way, please?

Edwina "Eddie" Franklin: Bailey! Bailey! Bailey, you gonna try something new tonight, like trying to coach? It's the NBA, buddy - no buttheads allowed, but you keep coming back. I don't understand it.

Edwina "Eddie" Franklin: Hey, Patton, pass the ball! What are you, the black hole of basketball? Come on.
Joe Sparks: (to Stacy) You going to let her call you a black ho?
Darren Taylor: Man, a hole.
Stacy Patton: What's a black hole?
Polynice, Olden: A black hole is a theoretical object in space. It is so dense that matter collapses... and light itself cannot escape. (shoots his free throw).
Terry Hastings: I knew that.

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Question: What is the name and artist of the song that plays when the Knicks' winning streak begins?

Chosen answer: "Rock & Roll pt 2" by Gary Glitter.


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