ORRIGINAL FEATURE DOCUMENTARIES

In the summer of 2003, hip hop rivals Jay-Z and Fat Joe led their star studded teams to the championship at the legendary Rucker Park. Thousands filled the Harlem streets to witness the most anticipated streetball game of all time, until the largest blackout in U.S history crippled Manhattan

A 10-Chapter documentary following the life, on and off the court of All-American and University of Kentucky commit Kahlil “The Dragon” Whitney, as he navigates through his senior season and quest to repeat as a New Jersey State Champion.

It’s nothing short of a miracle where Ray Robinson is today. In 2016 we produced a feature documentary on professional boxer, Ray Robinson, who just so happens to share the name with the greatest boxer who ever lived, but that’s not what makes his story extraordinary.

COLLEGE - HIGHLIGHTS & WORKOUTS

Josh Christopher is one of the most exciting guards in the country and recently he chose to attend Arizona State in the fall. With the decision Josh now joins his brother , Caleb, as the Sun Devils look to make noise in the Pac-12 next season.

Rutgers versatile sophomore Paul Mulcahy gets in some work with trainer Zach Leach, who used phone footage to make some adjustments to his step back jumper.

Alex Tchikou , recently reclassified to the 2020 Class and is now heading to the University of Alabama. The 6’10 , versatile forward, with guard skills has Bama fans excited for the future.

FEATURES - HIGH SCHOOL BASKETBALL

Skyy Clark is considered the No.1 Combo Guard in the 2022 Class. However, lately his work off the court has been demanding a lot of attention, as the 16 year old has shown true leadership during tumultuous times in the country.

Long Beach, CA – Quarantine has made hoopers across the country adjust their workouts and rely on what they have at home, but not every family has the luxury of high end competition even in their own driveway. The Watson brothers are two Division 1 bound hoopers that have been able to push each other during this time.

Ramel Lloyd Junior is one of the best basketball players in the country from the Sophomore class (2022). Ramel, is a 6’6 Point Guard, who averaged 26 PPG 6 RBG APG for Taft High School in Los Angeles, CA. Ramel, is the son of former Pro Basketball player, Ramel Lloyd, who was recruited to Syracuse in 1996 out of New York City.

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