Where Amazing Happens On HBO

From The Hollywood Reporter:

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Jeff Nathanson and Gavin Polone are bringing their own brand of sports dramedy to HBO. The duo has sold a pitch for an untitled hourlong project that would offer viewers an unflinching behind-the-scenes look at a professional basketball team. The dramedy would feature the money, sex, power and temptation that often accompany the world of pro sports, both for its millionaire players and billionaire owners.

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The word "dramedy" can't be a good sign, and I'm afraid to get my hopes up here. But ... Still. This is long overdue. The NBA's already full of sex and power struggles and ridiculous characters doing ridiculous things. So, putting it on HBO every week? Full of nudity and profanity and conspiracy and hopefully one hell of a Donald Sterling doppleganger? LET'S DO IT.

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