|Created by||Gary David Goldberg|
|Starring|| Timothy Busfield |
|Country of origin||United States|
|No. of seasons||1|
|No. of episodes||12 (3 unaired) (list of episodes)|
|Executive producers||Gary David Goldberg|
|Running time||30 minutes|
|Production companies|| Ubu Productions |
|Original release||January 9 –|
August 7, 1996
Champs is an American sitcom that aired from January 9 until August 7, 1996.
The series is about five friends 20 years after they won a high school basketball championship together.
|No.||Title||Directed by||Written by||Original air date|
|1||"As the World Twirls"||Will Mackenzie||Gary David Goldberg||January 9, 1996|
|2||"Breaking Up is Hard to Do"||Will Mackenzie||TBA||January 16, 1996|
|Marty tries to win back his estranged wife, but she gets a restraining order.|
|3||"A Match Made at Seven"||Will Mackenzie||Gayle Abrams||January 30, 1996|
|One of Tom's friends who just moved back into town is fixed up with one of Linda's friends.|
|4||"For Art's Sake"||Will Mackenzie||Peter Schneider||February 6, 1996|
|Herb offers to pay the art school tuition of Vinnie's son.|
|5||"We'll Never Have Paris"||Will Mackenzie||TBA||July 10, 1996|
|Phoebe lies to her parents when she fails a french exam.|
|6||"Live and Let Breathe"||Will Mackenzie||Bill Lawrence||July 17, 1996|
|Tom is concerned for Marty, when he loses almost everything in the divorce.|
|7||"To Be There or Not to Be There"||Will Mackenzie||TBA||July 24, 1996|
|Phoebe is the star in the school production of Hamlet on the same night that Linda has a midterm.|
|8||"Two of a Kind"||Will Mackenzie||Alan Uger||July 31, 1996|
|Marty tries to dodge a process server armed with divorce papers. Tom and Linda wait for the results of a pregnancy test. Coach falls in love with a woman.|
|9||"Home Alone"||Will Mackenzie||TBA||August 7, 1996|
|Tom and Phoebe try to have a dad-daughter night.The guys try to find dates at a coffeehouse.|
|10||"Valentine's Day Massacre"||Will Mackenzie||TBA||UNAIRED|
|Tom tries to make it up to Linda when he chooses the weekly basketball game with the guys instead of a Valentine's Day dinner.|
|11||"The Loop"||Will Mackenzie||TBA||UNAIRED|
|12||"It Must Have Been Gridlock"||Will Mackenzie||TBA||UNAIRED|
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