Candid conversations with civil rights leaders and NBA and WNBA players, legends, coaches, and executives will focus on systemic racism, civic engagement, police brutality, and other issues impacting Black and Brown communities.
One of NBA TV's signature studio shows, "Open Court" opens the lines of communication regarding all aspects -- past and present -- of the National Basketball Association. Ernie Johnson acts as both host and moderator, keeping the peace on a panel that includes TNT and NBA TV analysts and special guests sharing their personal accounts of some of the league's top moments and story lines.
Commemorating the 20-year anniversary of the Houston Rockets' back-to-back championship seasons. Hakeem Olajuwon, Clyde Drexler, Kenny Smith, Robert Horry, Sam Cassell and Vernon Maxwell reflect on the championship teams.
Highlighting the rich history of basketball in NYC. The show travels to each of the five boroughs to highlight memorable players, including Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Nate "Tiny" Archibald, Kenny Smith, Chris Mullin, and Bernard King.
A look at the NBA and its players during the 1980s, including the introduction of the 3-point shot, the transformation of the Los Angeles Lakers into "Showtime," and the rivalry between Magic Johnson and Larry Bird.
An inside look at the hallmarks of basketball culture and history in Washington D.C. Dennis Scott walks the parks and neighborhoods where stars including Elgin Baylor, Allen Iverson, Kevin Durant and Grant Hill found their games.