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A former pro-basketball player takes a job as a coach at a tough, ethnically mixed school in Los Angeles. He helps turn the team from losers to winners, both on and off the court.

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aired 39 days ago
Rutherford's hero, a young teacher who was a civil-rights activist during the 1960s, succumbs to stress and becomes apathetic.
aired 39 days ago
Police, looking for robbers, stop Thorpe and Coolidge, wounding Thorpe; guest A Martinez.
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An unstable student (Michael Winslow) harasses a new teacher (Christina Pickles) recovering from an emotional breakdown.
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Salami and Vitaglia take jobs as auto repossessors, which winds up causing problems with their coach, the police and each other.
aired 39 days ago
Reeves is called for jury duty days before a critical game; Falahey's girlfriend tells him she's pregnant; guest Roosevelt Grier.
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Reeves calls on an old friend (Bill Russell) for help when Coolidge begins to feel self-conscious about his ever-increasing height.
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Perennial delinquent Stone becomes an instant hero after he pulls an unconscious, elderly woman from a car just before it explodes.
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Reeves feels personally responsible when Salami faces assault charges for injuring an opposing team's player during a rough game.
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The team tries to use deception to raise funds for a mobile health-care unit; guests Elgin Baylor, Sparky Anderson, Jimmie Walker.
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Reeves reconciles with his dying father (James Whitmore) and returns to meet new team members; guest JoBeth Williams.
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Reeves confronts his father (James Whitmore) after coming home for a reunion; guests Robert Hooks, JoBeth Williams.
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As graduation approaches, Reeves considers a trip while Reese and Goldstein face life after high school. Directed by Thomas Carter.
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Coolidge is cast in a Carver production of "A Streetcar Named Desire," but takes TV series role instead.
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Sudden tragedy strikes the team just before they are to play in the city championships, leaving Reeves with a difficult choice.
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When Gomez displays frequent bruises and injuries, Reeves begins to suspect the player is a victim of abuse; guest Carmen Zapata.
aired 39 days ago
A teenage Soviet basketball player, part of a specially selected team touring the United States, asks Hayward to help him defect.
aired 39 days ago
Carver's crusty, cynical baseball coach (James McEachin) resigns after a selection committee names Reeves as athletic director.
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Reeves and an attractive narcotics officer (Kathleen Lloyd) go after a pusher who slipped PCP to unsuspecting Phil during a party.
aired 39 days ago
Reeves is astonished to discover that the ballet instructor (Randee Heller) he's been dating moonlights as a strip-tease artist.
aired 39 days ago
Reeves and some of his players encounter prejudice when they attempt to play golf at an exclusive country club; guest Robert Alda.
aired 39 days ago
A pretty, young teacher's (Darleen Carr) offer to tutor Salami in history evolves into a love affair. Directed by Thomas Carter.

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