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After playing basketball in the NBA and at overseas for many years, Scottie Rogers had a dream. His dream was to give a bunch of 12-year-old girls an opportunity of a lifetime. After creating the American Little Ladies Basketball League in 2011, Scottie's dream came true. From September to December, from Hartford to San Diego, these 12-year-old girls were living the good life, getting paid by playing professional basketball at nighttime, traveling all around the country and becoming very mature young women. Also, a total of 16 teams fought for the biggest prize of all -- a trip to Knoxville, Tennessee to compete in the championship game, also known as the Ladies' Cup, and get a chance to meet legendary Tennessee women's basketball coach Pat Summitt. And there's the big ALLBL Awards Ceremony, hosted by the team that wins the Ladies’ Cup. The first season of the ALLBL was one nobody -- or even Tracie Morris -- will ever forget.

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