Over the last 10 years More Than Basketball productions has produced several documentaries, docuseries, web series, short films, event recaps and more! Our work has had us featured in several publications and have been received across several states and countries... Check out some of our more notable projects below!
The relationship between basketball, music and the urban environments they derived from have always existed. With this documentary we breakdown the famous Biggie lyric "either you slangin crack rock or you got a Wicked Jump Shot"
Fresh off his 2nd gold medal, a Peach Jam title and cutting his list down to four school top class of 2020 point guard Jeremy Roach was set to have a stellar junior season when he tore his ACL in an early season scrimmage. We documented his road to recovery as well as his rise to national recognition. Check out the trailer...
Until 2017 Woodrow Wilson High School (DC) hadn't won a city championship in over 30 years but since 2017 they won back to back city titles and a state title. This docuseries follow them as they attempt to make history 3-peating in the city and winning back to back state titles all while playing a national schedule and dealing with the hardships that come with living in the Nations Capital. Check out the trailer.
DC Assault was an AAU organization that came to fame in the early 90s and had a solid 20 year run that saw players like DeMarr Johnson, James White, Mike Beasley, Jeff Green, Quinn Cook & many others put on that uniform. That all changed when the founder of the organization Curtis Malone was arrested on drugs and weapons charges in August of 2013. The documentary discusses the programs beginnings, rise to power and subsequent end.
Attention Kills is a web series that is a depiction of the Urban-American experience from a DC perspective. With the backdrop being everyday life in an inner city each character is placed in situations that explore life's harsh realities as well as topic that are prevelant although not always discussed. Check out episode one of the 32 episode 4 season series.
The Uptown Hoopfest is the premiere More Than Basketball event. It became a staple in the city in its 4th annual in 2013 after the event was so big hundreds of people couldn't get in and the fire marshalls were called. The event was so successful we decided to give viewers a behind the scenes look at the 5th annual in 2014. Check out the trailer...
We profiled Jamal Reid, who was born handicap but his love of basketball and passion for coaching wouldn't allow him feel sorry for himself. Check out his story...
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