Season 2 finds Jamal, Milk and Grover back in pursuit of greatness as they deal with gentrification, meet a new coach and try to get some playing time for once.
Hipsters gentrify Chamberlain Heights, and the Legends feel the impact at school when basketball is replaced by water polo. Grover and Milk team up with unlikely allies to take back the 'hood.
When his complexion comes into question, Milk hits the Rachel Dolezal Tanning Salon to fulfill his dream of becoming black.
Former New York Knicks coach Derek Fisher takes over the team after the Legends get Coach Bundy fired -- but not all is good on the hardwood.
Just Say No to Cracky
After an extreme makeover helps Cracky become the hottest girl at school, Grover seizes the chance to be her date to the annual Shirley Chisholm Dance.
The Legends start using a new dating app in anticipation of their first basketball road trip to Myrtle Beach, but a hurricane threatens to ruin their plans. Back in Chamberlain Heights, Cindy and the girls go to a frat party.
Confederate Flags of Our Fathers
The Legends are forced to go on a "camping trip" with Uncle Joey that turns out to be a racist Civil War reenactment. But both sides must put aside their differences to overcome an even greater threat.
My Father the Zero
Grover, Montrel and Malik are caught off guard when their deadbeat dad attempts to reconnect with the family. Meanwhile, Milk and Jamal hit up local massage parlors in search of a happy ending.
Party Over Here, F**k You Over There
Malik journeys to the motherland to overthrow an African warlord, and Grover volunteers to host the biggest party of the year.
The Legends help out a gay student named Andre in an attempt to impress girls with their progressiveness. Malik finds himself unemployed when local Girl Scouts take over his corner.
Legends of Lock-Up
The Legends get locked up after a case of mistaken identity and do whatever it takes to survive. Meanwhile, Malik loses faith in the Black Lives Matter movement.