After getting ousted from the NCAA, a hothead men's basketball coach is given a chance for redemption with a coaching position at an all-girls high school. He soon learns that the teenage players require empathy and vulnerability - foreign concepts for the stoic Coach Korn. By learning how to connect with his players, Marvyn starts to grow into the person he's always hoped to be. The girls learn to take themselves more seriously, finding their footing both on and off the court.
After getting ousted from his job in the NCAA for throwing a chair at a referee, a hothead men's basketball coach Marvyn Korn must take a job at Westbrook School for Girls, a private all-girls high school, in an effort to redeem what's left of his career and reputation. At first, Marvynsees the Westbrook players as just X's and O's, as a mere pitstop on his road back to college ball. At the same time, the girls don't take themselves seriously as a team, and the Westbrook community as a whole is nothing but hostile toward him. The unemotional and stoic Marvyn Korn soon learns that teenage girls are complicated human beings who require more than just tough love and two-a-days - they need real mentorship and genuine care.