There are the classics like Hoosiers and Love & Basketball and White Men Can't Jump, but there's also some recent favorites that are a bit more basketball-adjacent. See: Uncut Gems .
10 Best Comedic Basketball Movies, Including Space Jam 10 Celtic Pride (1996) 9 The Air Up There (1994) 8 The Sixth Man (1997) 7 Rebound (2005) 6 Eddie (1996) 5 Like Mike (2002) 4 Uncle Drew (2018) 3 Teen Wolf (1985) 2 Space Jam (1996) 1 White Men Can't Jump (1993)
Rebound: 2005: PG: 103 mins. Guarding Eddy: 2004: PG: 96 mins. Like Mike: 2002: PG: 99 mins. Red Sneakers, The: 2002: NR: 109 mins. Double Teamed: 2002: NR: 89 mins. Season On The Brink, A: 2002: R: 87 mins. Luck of the Irish: 2001: NR: 86 mins. O: 2001: R: 95 mins. Finding Forrester: 2000: PG-13: 136 mins. Love & Basketball: 2000: PG-13: 124 mins. Passing Glory: 1999: PG: 100 mins. He Got Game: 1998: R: 136 mins. Sixth Man, The
Rebound: Directed by Steve Carr. With Martin Lawrence, Wendy Raquel Robinson, Breckin Meyer, Horatio Sanz. An acclaimed college basketball coach is demoted to a junior varsity team after a public meltdown.
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Directed by Terry Lukemire. With Nick Clooney, Ron Dennis, Dave Dixon, Troy McKinley. Rebound: A Basketball Story is the true story of a high school basketball team that rose from literal ashes to realize a dream that no Kentucky 9th Region team has accomplished since - winning the state championship.
This movie shows the love that develops between two basketball playing friends from childhood to adulthood, and all of the challenges they face. Like Mike (2002) A fourteen year old basketball player dreams of one day being famous.
I like sports movies specially basketball one's. This movie story was totally predictable but it was an entertaining film at least and the end was nice. The slow ref was funny jajaja. Coach Roy ...
James Earl Jones, cast in the small role of Dr. McDuffie, is, as always, impressive. Clarence Williams III is very good in the role of the autocratic Coach Pratt. Kareem Abdul-Jabbar appears as himself. Those who love basketball, as well as those who simply enjoy a well made film with a story to tell, will definitely like this movie.
"Rebound" leads us patiently once more through the well-charted formulas of sports movies. We have the team of losers lacking all self-confidence, combined with the hotshot coach who has problems with anger management. Will the team pull itself together and become champions? Will the coach humble himself and take these underdogs seriously? Will he even rehabilitate himself and get his old job ...