A young African-American couple navigates the tricky paths of romance and athletics in this drama. Quincy McCall (Omar Epps) and Monica Wright (Sanaa Lathan) grew up in the same neighborhood and have known each other since childhood. As they grow into adulthood, they fall in love, but they also share another all-consuming passion: basketball. They've followed the game all their lives and have no small amount of talent on the court. As Quincy and Monica struggle to make their relationship work, they follow separate career paths though high school and college basketball and, they hope, into stardom in big-league professional ball.
The Los Angeles based spin-off of Basketball Wives, Basketball Wives LA follows the lives of a group of women with relationships to some of the biggest basketball players in the game.
Follow the extraordinary lives of a group of female best friends as they juggle the success and stresses of building businesses, battling groupies, and searching for stability in the unstable arena of being the significant other to a basketball superstar.
Set during the turbulent years of the Japanese occupation until independence, and a few years before the division of Korea into North and South, the story is about the first and last time that Korea had a single, unified national basketball team, which made history by advancing to the quarterfinals of the 1948 London Olympics. The drama follows the loves, conflicts, unity, and emotional victory of young athletes who cling to the sport as the bright spot in the darkness of their times.
In the story, Kagami Taiga has just enrolled into Seirin High School when he meets Kuroko Tetsuya of the school's basketball team. Kuroko happens to be the shadowy sixth member of the legendary Generation of Miracles basketball team. Together, Kagami and Kuroko aim to take their team to the inter-high school championship - against Kuroko's former teammates.
The drama revolves around basketball and describes the passion of youth. Two young students become rivals: one wishing to have all the glory and the other wanting to unify his team.
The Basketball Show is a television program aired on Basketball TV, hosted by Bill Velasco. The program first aired in 2001 on Radio Philippines Network. It was also the title of CBS Sports' NBA pregame show for the 1990 NBA playoffs, with Pat O'Brien and Bill Raftery. The program was discontinued when CBS lost rights to NBA games after that season.
NBA Basketballography is a show hosted by Andre Aldridge aired since 2005 replacing Overtime.
Akane Tachibana and Hitonari Hiiragi were rising stars of high school basketball and bitter rivals on the court. In the past, the only thing keeping each one from being the best was the other. But when Hiiragi is transferred to Kouzu High School, they find themselves as teammates. Will the two masters of the court reconcile their differences in time for the big game against Kokutai, or will Hiiragi switch teams to challenge his rival face to face?