The film is based on the true story of Richmond High School basketball coach Ken Carter (played by Jackson), who made headlines in 1999 for suspending his undefeated high school basketball team due to poor academic results. The film score was composed and orchestrated by musician Trevor Rabin.
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gained national headlines in January 1999 when, as the Richmond varsity basketball coach , he locked his players out of the gym for a week when one-third of the 45 players in his varsity, junior varsity and freshman programs failed to achieve 2.3 grade-point averages.
When you look at the movie Coach Carter, it’s 98.5 percent correct.
Yes, ‘Coach Carter’ is based on a true story. The film adapts the true story of Kenny Ray Carter (played by Samuel L. Jackson ) who became the coach of Richmond High School’s basketball team and with his extremely stringent yet effective methods, he changed the lives of many young men who he took under his wing.
They didn’t win the championships, they fell short in the first round, but they did win the hearts of the Richmond community and 6 of the athletes went on to college of which 5 won scholarships.
Did Kyra marry Kenyon ? Kenyon Stone (Rob Brown) had a high school sweetheart that he was dating who had gotten pregnant by him and refused to have an abortion. Kenyon ended up staying with Kyra as a couple and he asked Kyra to go to college with him. This story actually goes in chronological order with the events.
Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate, Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure. It is our light, not our darkness , that most frightens us. Your playing small does not serve the world.
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Originally Answered: What does this famous quote really mean Our deepest fear is not that we are inadequate. Our deepest fear is that we are powerful beyond measure.
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