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Ballers: Season 2 (10 Episodes)

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Ballers: Season 2 (10 Episodes), Movie on DVD, Comedy

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Plot: Spencer Strasmore and his boys are back to "ball out" in a brand-new season of HBO's hit comedy from Steve Levinson (Entourage) that digs deeper into the extravagant, high-stakes world of football in Miami, FL. This year, things are more competitive and complicated than ever, as the lines between professional and personal get blurred in the pursuit of lasting success and glory. Retired football star turned financial manager Spencer (Dwayne "The Rock" Johnson) is forced to face demons from his past as he goes head-to-head with the biggest shark in the business, Andre Allen (Andy Garcia). Meanwhile, Spencer's closest friends and clients struggle to find their footing: a humbled Ricky (John David Washington) explores his options as a free agent, while getting to know the father who left him behind; Charles (Omar Benson Miller) tries to balance a new baby and his future in the game; and Vernon (Donovan Carter) deals with the consequences of his life off the field. Returning to help Spencer juggle football's lucrative deals and big personalities are his outrageous business partner Joe (Rob Corddry), level-headed agent Jason (Troy Garity) and girlfriend/sports reporter Tracy (Arielle Kebbel). In a business where it's "go big" or go home, Spencer and his crew are about to learn that having it all means always being ready to put up a fight for more dollars, deals, and respect.
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