Retrieved February 27, This event, along with similar incidents directed at other players, prompted a discussion of whether abuse by college basketball fans is becoming too extreme.
Advertisement The five-part, hour film, the brainchild of director Dan Klores, which includes 62 vignettes — or films within the film — began airing on ESPN this past Tuesday when it ran up against Game 4 of the Red Sox-Yankees series.
It runs on the next three Tuesdays as well, taking a hiatus for Election Day before returning Nov. Some might compare it to jazz, or to putting together a lovely puzzle.
Klores says there are transitions from one vignette to the other — and they run anywhere from six minutes to a half-hour — but sometimes they require some thinking to recognize.
This does not for a moment detract from the enjoyment of watching it. I made the film I wanted to make. I wanted to do what it meant to the black household into the recruitment of black athletes below the Mason-Dixon Line, then to the one-and-done, and then that was my entre into Spencer Hayward and early hardship cases.
Michael Jordan, who is reportedly working on a major project of his own with ESPN, did not participate. But he got an insightful half-hour with LeBron James.
He also talked with Larry Bird. ESPN2 showed the resulting 20 hours of the film — that almost makes it sound concise — over two days in September, and individual segments are available on ESPN digital properties.
It may take viewers who stumble into it or are used to the Ken Burns approach some time to make sense of the format.
And it is long — but then, the best love stories are supposed to be, right? And basketball, on the court, was the one place that made me feel free. I made real friendships. And I think there are a lot of people like me all around the world who feel the same way.Our Personal Vocabulary charms symbolize moments and personalities that mean something special to an individual.
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Credit Doug Mills/The New York Times . Oct 09, · The hour, part documentary 'Basketball: A Love Story' covers stories from every level of the game. (Photo: ESPN) Klores wanted to shed light .