Synopsis: A fun and energetic family basketball movie starring Kevin Durant AS HIMSELF, a basketball star who switches talent with a klutzy 16 year old fan. When Brian, a hopelessly uncoordinated young fan magically switches talents with his hero, Kevin Durant, he becomes the star of his high school team...while Kevin Durant suddenly can't make a shot to save his life. But with the playoffs approaching, Brian learns that being a true winner involves working hard at your own game, and he tries to make things right in time to prevent a catastrophic end to his hero's season.
Director(s): John Whitesell
Production: Warner Premiere
Rotten Tomatoes:
94 min

- Come on! Come on!

- Give it.

Give it up!

- Get in there. Hustle!

- Move it cut, man.

I'm open.

Trap him.

- Don't hug it, play it.

- Trap him.

- Come on, come on.

Jesus! Time cut!

Time cut! Come on, come on, come on.

The score, ladies and gentlemen, is Rams, 45...

- Come on, come on. Hustle, hustle.

-...with our own Eagles at 23.

Okay. Listen up.

This is a basketball team...

not a golf team, correct?


- Coach, is this a basketball or a golf team?

- Basketball team.

Basketball team.

And unlike golf, a law scare is bad.

Now, so far, the only person

that seems to understand...

...what that little circular thingy is,

you know, with the little net an it... Connor here. Now, come on.

Get out there, put some pressure an,

put some jelly in that doughnut.

- Scare some baskets.

Now, hit it.

- Let's go. Come on. Let's go.

- Let's do it. Come on.

- Come on,spirit going here.get spirit! -Hey,Hang time

Nice catch.

What? Out of my way, out of my way.

Sit dawn.

- Coach.

- Yeah?

- What's that kid's name?

- Manager.


Sit dawn.


Ya, face up. Alley-cap. Crunch time.

That's another-

Cross left, cross right, cross-

Oh, you don't know what's happening.

Whoa! Basket.

Dunk. He's so good.

You can't guard him.

You can't guard KD.

Oh, beam, that's another dunk.

Yes. And the crowd goes crazy.

Uh, let's see that one again.

Get up there. Baum!

I can do that.

I'm ready.


Ow! Ah.

You're dead.

- Ashley!

- Aah!

Once again,

Thunder fans, thanks for coming cut.

Our final score is 103-101.

Kevin Durant,

another amazing game tonight.

Thirty-two paints, 11 boards, 8 assists.

You're leading the league

in scaring again...

...not to mention on pace to set

a number of personal best records.

- What's your secret?

- Na secret. It's just haw I work.

Haw did you get open

for that game winner?

- Now, that's a secret. We gotta go.

- Agents.

Agents. Yeah, well, the secret

worked tonight, guys. Back to you.

Hey, KD!

Ya, KD.

- You save them an autograph?

It's all good. He's gonna sign all this.

- He's gonna sign your balls.

- Sign the baby!

A baby? You want him to sign a baby?

- Na. I'll take a picture. Rather take a picture.

- He can't sign the baby.

Don't forget. You promised to ref

the bays and girls basketball game, 50...

Na. Na numbers. We don't take numbers.

Uh-uh. Mm-mm.

Kevin, before you go...

Hey, man. Sc I hacked the web-vite

for Stacy King's party and we're in.

You're kidding me.

Well, I put us dawn for a "maybe"

so it wasn't obvious.

You actually hacked

into somebody's web-vite'?

Well, would you rather sit home Saturday?

No, no. I mean, I'd rather just--

I think it's-- Where will we--?


Her name is Isabel Sanchez.

Oh, yeah. She just moved here from Denver.

Her dad is some engineer

working an a project...

...over at Gallagher Communications.

How did you--?

Did you actually talk to her?

She's the hottest new girl that's moved here

since Cindy Wilson in the sixth grade.

Everybody in my "World of Warcraft" guild

was texting about it after we saw her.

Although, I could have

a couple facts wrong.

She could be visiting from Los Angeles

with her mom...

who's a flight attendant.

Her name is definitely Isabel.

Nat sure about the Sanchez, though.

Do you want me to try to hack

into the school server to find out for sure?

I'm a nerd, Bri.

I'm okay with that. I embrace it.

I'm gonna talk to her.

Goad. You have three years

to keep that dream alive.

Just like making the basketball team.

And like I said,

I admire your optimism, I do, but--

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