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Episode 7 : You Gotta Love This Game

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Episode 7 : You Gotta Love This Game

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Season 4

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30m

The NBA lockout allows Arliss the opportunity to focus on the other aspects of sports representation, particularly his female clients. At Rita's urging they take on WNBA player Terry Shaw. Terry is unlike anyone AMM has ever represented, creating a newly found awareness and appreciation of women's sports.


Guest Stars: John Starks, Glen Rice


Genres: Comedy

Episodes
Episode 1 : Cause and Effect
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Episode 2 : Taking One for the Team
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Episode 3 : Our Past, Our Present, Our Future
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Episode 4 : People Are Assets, Too
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Episode 5 : The Stories You Don't Hear About
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Episode 6 : The Changing of the Guard
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Episode 8 : To Thine Own Self Be True
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Episode 9 : The Cult of Celebrity
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Episode 10 : D-Day
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Episode 11 : The Art of Give and Take
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Episode 12 : Rules of the Game
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