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This movie follows an arrogant basketball star who's career was once promising but cut short by an injury. The movie starts out slow and never really takes off. You get introduced to a stereotypical group of characters. All more annoying than the next. This movie uses middle school humor to try and pull laughs. I felt like a 14 year old in middle school all over again. You'll notice the emphasis on "urban" humor. There's emphasis on "bitchez" (with a z)and countless sex jokes. There is no real storyline here. Though, just when you feel like one is gonna begin, the movies ends. I would recommend not watching this unless, you wanna laugh at the movie and not the jokes themselves.
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