Full-Court Miracle

2003

Full-Court Miracle

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The made-for-cable biopic Full Court Miracle is the true story of Lamont Carr, here played by Richard T. Jones. A college basketball star, Lamont seems to be a shoo-in for the Philadelpha 76ers until he is permanently sidelined by a knee injury. Seeking out employment in his chosen profession, Lamont is invited to be head coach of the Philadelphia Hebrew Academy Lions, a Yeshiva team captained by Alex Schlotsky (Alex D. Linz). Despite the obvious cultural schism between the African-American Carr and his Jewish players, Jason is determined to pull the Lions out of the cellar and lead them to victory at the Liberty Basketball Tournament -- and as part of his strategy, he invokes the heroic example of Judah and the Maccabees. First telecast on the Disney Channel, Full Court Miracle was originally shown on November 21, 2003 -- coincidentally during Hanukkah week.

Cast

Alex D. Linz
as Alex Schlotsky
Richard T. Jones
as Lamont Carr
R.H. Thomson
as Rabbi Lewis
Elle Downs
as Charmaine Carr
Linda Kash
as Cynthia Schlotsky
Jason Blicker
as Marshall Schlotsky
Erik Knudsen
as TJ Murphy
Jase Blankfort
as Stick Goldstein
David Sazant
as Joker Levy
Eric Knudsen
as TJ Murphy
Sheila McCarthy
as Mrs. Klein
Sean Marquette
as Big Ben Schwartz
Shelia McCarthy
as Mrs. Klein
Sean Loucks
as Referee Bob
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  • For a movie that purportedly touts notions of establishing the truth of your own identity, the script is surprisingly devoid of one.

    Sep 11, 2019 | Full Review…

    Laura Fries

    Variety
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