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Ballers Season 4

Spencer and Joe take their skills to Los Angeles as they look to expand their roster and horizons in the world of action sports.

 

 

Episode 1:  Rough Ride

Spencer and Joe weigh the pros and cons of acquiring an extreme-sport agency. Ricky sets down roots in LA with Amber and their daughter, but finds himself yearning for something else. Charles rallies a group of disgruntled employees as he begins his new tenure with the Rams.

 

 

Episode 2: Don’t You Wanna Be Obama?

Spencer becomes immersed in a marketing controversy. Still smarting from their feud in Miami, Charles agrees to give Ricky a chance, against his better instincts.

 

 

Episode 3: This Is Not Our World

Spencer questions Lance’s excesses; Vernon gets carried away

 

 

Episode 4: Forgiving Is Living

Spencer and Joe find themselves in a crisis at SportsX. Ricky considers his motivations in ending his retirement. Jason turns to Donna for help.

 

 

Episode 5: Doink

Spencer looks to elevate the SportsX TV brand, while Joe weighs a new offer. At Jayda’s insistence, Spencer meets Quincy. Ricky tries to prove to Kisan he’s still got the goods

 

 

Episode 6: No Small Talk

Spencer recruits Q to help him leverage a deal; with Reggie in tow, Joe talks business with a group of extreme skateboarders known collectively as Illegal Civilization; Charles hosts a pre-free-agent reception.

 

 

Episode 7: The Kids are Aight

Spencer calls on the Anderson Brothers for help; Joe pitches Illegal Civilization to a major shoe brand; Ricky loses his cool at a neighbor’s pool party

 

 

Episode 8: “The Devil You Know”

Spencer takes a big risk with the potential to blow the deal; after a heart-to-heart with Ricky, Charles spells out his vision for the team; Joe and Reggie enlist Vernon and Terrell “Sizzle” Suggs to persuade Illegal Civilization.

 

 

Episode 9: “There’s No Place Like Home, Baby”

Season Four Finale. Spencer takes his fight to the next level. Ricky jeopardizes his comeback

 

 



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    1. Just before the Emmys, HBO renewed “Ballers” for a fifth season