Comedy, Sport Wei Xiang, Wang Zhi Basketball coach Wei Guozheng, who is relentlessly obsessed with victory, is forced to teach at a special school as a punishment for violating rules. As a coach who believes "playing basketball is all for winning," he encounters a group of basketball-loving but "skill-deficient" players. In their daily interactions that resemble "talking to ducks," and amidst the constantly interrupted basketball training, will Coach Wei, who is on the brink of collapse, come up with unconventional strategies to continue his undefeated legend? Can they overcome their shortcomings together and achieve great success, singing their way to victory in the upcoming league, overcoming obstacles and winning the championship?
Sport, Drama Deng Chao, Sun Li, Timmy Xu In the early 1990s, China's men's table tennis team suffered repeated losses to the powerful Swedish team, failing to win the team championship in three consecutive world championships and hitting rock bottom. A new coaching team led by Cai Zhenhua was entrusted with the task of completely transforming the Chinese men's table tennis team, with the goal of challenging for the championship again at the 1995 Tianjin World Table Tennis Championships. At the selection meeting for the new national men's table tennis team coach, Cai Zhenhua made a bold statement: "Two years, not ten years, and not a transition. I believe we can regain the Swaythling Cup in two years." Not only was the new coach controversial, but the new "Five Tigers" of the national men's table tennis team were also dubbed "the wounded and the blind" (Ma Wenhao and Ding Feng), "the small" (Liu Guoliang and Kong Shuai), and "the old" (Wang Tao). Under Cai Zhenhua's leadership, this underestimated team was formed and then faced the daunting task of fulfilling the seemingly impossible promise in just two years. However, they managed to turn things around and achieve their goal.