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The basketball documentary Gap Year, produced by Uninterrupted and starring NBA rookie Darius Bazley, is set for a release on Dec. 1 via most streaming services.
The feature documentary was produced by the divison of LeBron James’ The SpringHill Company, in association with SLAM & RTG Features, and has distribution from 1091 Pictures.
Gap Year, directed by T.J. Regan and Josh Kahn, was also developed by Klutch Sports Group, led by top NBA agent Rich Paul, who is also a business partner with James. Paul initially signed Bazley as an NBA prospect and led his unorthodox route to the NBA out of high school.
Gap Year follows Bazley choosing to skip college and sign a famous “million-dollar internship” with New Balance, the global athletic brand, leading up to the 2019 NBA Draft. He was selected in the first round and recently finished his rookie season with the Oklahoma City Thunder.
The documentary includes interviews with Paul, ESPN’s Jay Williams and Jay Bilas, New Balance global marketing director Patrick Cassidy and rapper Dave East.
There will be exclusive Gap Year merchandise available from New Balance.
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