Like Mike 2: Streetball
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Jerome Jenkins Jr. and his friends are very adept at streetball, but are no match for the older boys in their neighborhood. When the friends realize a streetball team called Game On is coming to town to look for talent, they practice extremely hard and work to win.
After one of his short visits, Jerome is shooting some hoops and notices a pair of shoes hanging up by a streetlight. Jerome retrieves the shoes, which are soon afterward hit by lightning, giving their wearer the ability to play like Michael Jordan.
At the Game On talent game, Jerome gets a chance to take a half-court shot and to play one-on-one with another streetballer. His new shoes allow him to win easily, leading the Game On coach to give Jerome a spot on the team. However, many people try to steal his glory. Jerome's lazy and conniving supposed cousin Ray quickly claims to be Jerome's agent, and starts signing Jerome up with sponsors and otherwise making sure he has Jerome under his thumb.
During the first Game On game with Jerome, the team is struggling until Jerome gets in the game; they come back and win with his help. That night the guys go out to a club, but Jerome can not go because he is not old enough. So he goes to an amusement park with his friends, where they give him the streetball name Triple J.
Like Mike 2: Streetball is a 2006 American sports comedy film it is a stand-alone sequel to the 2002 film \"Like Mike\" none of the characters from the first film reprise their roles nor are they mentioned. The film was released on June 6th, 2006. Jerome Jenkins Jr is determined to be the King of the concrete, just like his father. After finding some magic sneakers that belonged to Michael Jordan, he becomes a superstar, showing off unbelievable skills on the court.
OK, first of all, this movie is absolutely terrible. The plot line sucks, and the characters are so dumb (like they are incapable of thinking) and unrealistic that they actually made me mad. Then, the main points are the same as the first Like Mike (finds shoes during lightning storm, becomes good, shoes break). It's really dumb. The screenplay writers should've made their own movie, not redone the first one. Oh, yes, and some of his basketball moves are impossible and would have people thinking he was a magician, NOT a great basketball player. And, he looks at his shoes every time he does something amazing. And, no one realizes his shoes are special. It doesn't even make sense. My advice to you is to stop with Like Mike 1, and not waste your time and money. I would never recommend this movie to anyone, and if they come out with #3, well, that just wouldn't be cool.
In this fast-paced sequel, basketball wannabe Jerome Jenkens Junior (Jascha Washington) is too young, too slow and too short, but when he dons a pair of Michael Jordan's old sneakers, he elevates his game to new heights. All of a sudden, Triple J is the go-to guy, a rising streetball superstar, but his celebrity status comes at a price. Can the pint-size sultan of streetball handle his newfound fame without alienating his friends and family
The St. Jude crowd, stinging from the treatment of their boys at Black Hills, had been rowdy at the start, screaming like banshees during a tight first half. They hushed when Black Hills opened up a thirteen point lead in the third, but revved up when St. Jude closed the gap in the fourth. Coach Collins took full advantage of the experience gained by Tompkins, McElroy, and Pitman during the suspension, and rotated eleven players in and out of the game. By the time the fourth quarter rolled around, the five starters--Gudy, Brewster, Connolly, Jenkins, and Jack--had fresh legs and Collins played them. Like a prizefighter saving a reserve of energy for the final round, Collins left his best moves for last and unleashed them along with the two-two-one full-court press at the beginning of the fourth quarter. The Miners, not as deep as St. Jude, felt the squeeze, turning the ball over and allowing the Hilltoppers back into the game. 59ce067264