Wednesday, December 8 2021

The NBA is celebrating their 75th anniversary this season. To help honor the milestone, the league is debuting a short film to commemorate the anniversary.

To help celebrate the league’s history, Chicago Bulls star Zach LaVine will be featured in the film.

Announced by the NBA on Monday, the debut film “NBA Lane” will feature 30 players and legends, which includes the 2020-21 All-Star.

The film will celebrate the league’s 75-year history while going through the past, present, and future of the game, led by legends like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Magic Johnson and Larry Bird to current superstars in LeBron James, Kevin Durant, and LaVine.

Actor and producer Michael B. Jordan will lead the film as the narrator.

“NBA Lane” will debut on Oct. 6 on all NBA social platforms.

Source: Yahoo Sports


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