Totally Hoops

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Totally Hoops
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Totally Hoops logo
Created by Douglas Ross
J. Rupert Thompson
Starring Ashley Brown
Michele DeVault
Lauren Bahun
Alisha Grusz
Shelby Georges
Kristen Shenk
Lindsey Goldsberry
Aisha Jefferson
Tiffany Williams
Steve Douglas
Maria Getty
Ashley Burtsfield
Country of origin United States
Original language(s) English
No. of seasons 1
No. of episodes 16
Production
Executive producer(s) Douglas Ross
Greg Stewart
J. Rupert Thompson
Producer(s) Laura Z. Thompson
Running time 22 minutes
Production company(s) Evolution Films
Disney Channel Original Productions
Broadcast
Original channel Disney Channel
Original run January 7 – April 15, 2001

Totally Hoops is a Disney Channel reality series. It tracked the experiences of eleven girls on the Dayton, Ohio Lady Hoopstars, a nationally acclaimed 14-and-under AAU basketball team, throughout the 2000s.

The Hoopstars[edit]

  • 5 - Maria Getty: 5'8" guard, age 13
  • 11 - Lauren Bahun: 5'8" guard, age 14
  • 12 - Shelby Georges: 5'7" guard, age 13,
  • 13 - Alisha Grusz: 5'9" forward, age 13
  • 20 - Michele DeVault: 5'10" center, age 14
  • 22 - Aisha Jefferson: 5'8" forward, age 13
  • 23 - Ashley Burtsfield: 5'8" guard, age 13
  • 24 - Kristen Shenk: 5'9" guard, age 14
  • 25 - Lindsey Goldsberry: 5'8" guard, age 13
  • 32 - Ashley Brown: 5'10" forward, age 13
  • 45 - Tiffany Williams: 6'0" center, age 13
  • Coach: Steve Douglas

Episodes[edit]

No. Title Original
air date
1-2 "Making The Cut" January 7, 2001
3 "Meet The Hoopstars" January 14, 2001
4 "It's How You Play The Game" January 21, 2001
5 "Meet Your Match" January 28, 2001
6 "No Pain, No Game" April 2, 2001
7 "West Virginia, Here We Come" November 2, 2001
8 "I'm Trying To Quit" February 18, 2001
9 "Home Sweet Home" February 25, 2001
10 "Some Like It Hot" November 3, 2001
11 "Underachievers Anonymous" November 3, 2001
12 "The End Of The World As We Know It" March 25, 2001
13 "Enemy Of The States" January 4, 2001
14 "Here Comes The Sun" August 4, 2001
15-16 "Nationals" April 15, 2001

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