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Chanukah Hoop Dreams

Picture the \"Bad News Bears\" in a basketball court, add kippot and a dash of Chanukah and you have the makings of the Disney Channel\'s latest original movie, \"Full-Court Miracle.\" The film is based on the true story of Lamont Carr (Richard T. Jones), a down-and-out former University of Virginia basketball star, who is asked to coach the Hebrew Academy Lions by the team\'s captain Alex Schlotsky (14-year-old Alex D. Linz). Schlotsky, after learning about the Chanukah legend in school, is convinced that Carr is really Judah Maccabee. Meanwhile, Alex\'s mother, a doctor, wants him to give up basketball and follow in her footsteps.

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