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Whitney: I'm getting a pickup
game
(A random game? A quick game?) together in the gym.
You and Kent versus me and Brent,
what do you say?
Pete: Clark doesn't really play.
Clark: No, I play.
Whitney: Great. Bring it on. (Let's what you've got?)
Next scene: (the're playin' basketball)

Whitney: The first one to 15 wins. Meaning the first game is over when
one of teams scores 15 points?
Whitney: Good game. You guys, we need to play every Tuesday and Thursday at lunch.
Pete: Good game. Good game, man. Why you grinning? We lost.
Clark: I know. Pretty cool, huh?

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Madhulk I'm getting a pickup game (A random game? A quick game?) together in the gym.

An improvised game with whoever happens to be around.
MadhulkGreat. Bring it on. (Let's what you've got?)
Yes.
Madhulk The first one to 15 wins. Meaning the first game is over when one of teams scores 15 points?

Yes.

Edit: Well, not really the first game, just the game. "The first one" = "The first team (to reach 15 points)"
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MadhulkGreat. Bring it on. (Let's what you've got?)
Yes.

In fact, "Let's see what you've got". Sorry, I noticed that and then forgot to mention it. Anyway, I'm sure that's what you meant!
Yeah, I must have omitted it by mistake.
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