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Unbeknownst to some, Netflix has some excellent sports documentaries among its lineup. For those who want to delve deeper into the realm of athletics, there is no shortage of top-notch programming, ranging from the highly regarded Last Chance U to Untold: Crime & Penalties. Quarterback, a popular series on the platform, features some of the top NFL players in the league. According to reports, the streamer is now hoping to create an NBA program along those similar lines, and I’m really excited for the players that have been chosen for the production.


The next show’s title is still unknown as of this writing. But as Shams Charania of The Athletic clarified on X, the intention is for the program to emulate some parts of Quarterback. Netflix customers may now stream that well-made series, which has in-depth interviews with its subjects and more, starting in the summer of 2023. Sweet as well is the footage it records from the field. As excited as I am about the idea of this motif being applied to NBA players, I’m even more excited about who is supposed to be featured.


Shams Carania continued by stating that five players will be featured in docuseries. LeBron James of the Los Angeles Lakers, Jimmy Butler of the Miami Heat, Jayson Tatum of the Boston Celtics, Anthony Edwards of the Minnesota Timberwolves, and powerful Sacramento Kings center Domantas Sabonis are among them. It’s safe to say that these are some very good choices. It is even possible to make the case that this lineup is comparable to the football-focused series that starred Kirk Cousins, Marcus Mariota, and Patrick Mahomes. It makes sense that these three seasoned basketball players were selected since they are not just talented players on the court but also nuanced people off it.



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