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Robbie's life may not have panned out the way he thought, but this small-town ice cream store manager, church-league basketball coach and unexpected father isn't ready to give up on his dreams yet.

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When Janie's pen pal husband gets released from jail, he sees Robbie as a role model; Caleb is in a shooting slump as the final game of the season approaches.
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Ava gets frustrated at her bossy older sister; Robbie finds out that Ava lied about how their relationship ended.
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Robbie tries to get uniforms for his team, but raising the funds requires him to pack the crowd for the next game; Ava tours a prospective private school for Caleb.
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The arrival of a new boutique ice cream chain pits Robbie against his dad and gives Ava a chance to meet her hero.
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Robbie attempts to befriend the team's parents at Ava's suggestion, but his immature behavior and hostile attitude get in the way.
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Robbie tries turning the public against the new high school basketball coach so he can claim the job for himself; Robbie Sr. embraces retirement.
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When Robbie seeks to baptize Caleb so he can play on the church basketball team, Ava demands that Robbie first step up as a dad financially.
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Ice cream store manager and church-league basketball coach Robbie goes after his dream job and gets some shocking news from his ex-girlfriend.

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