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Fox Family game for ‘Said That’

Former NBA star Salley hosts show

The Fox Family Channel has picked up 65 segs of the gameshow “I Can’t Believe You Said That,” hosted by NBA star John Salley and produced by Marc Summers, the former host of Nickelodeon’s “Double Dare.”

The half-hour strip is slated to debut Aug. 17 on the cable channel. Fox inked the deal in June with Stone Stanley Productions.

In the gameshow, two families compete to solve comedic secrets that parents and kids have revealed about each other.

Summers and David Greenfield are producing the show.

Scott Stone and David Stanley of Stone Stanley Productions are executive producing.

Salley is most noted as a player for the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls basketball teams. He most recently served as an in-studio commentator for NBC Sports’ pre-game show “NBA Showtime.” He has also appeared in the films “Eddie” and “Bad Boys.”

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