Season 2 of the basketball biopic, "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty," has been confirmed—but the cast told Newsweek that there is even more to come.
NBA legend Jerry West has demanded a retraction over his portrayal in the new HBO sports biopic, "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty."
Max Borenstein and Rodney Barnes told Newsweek about how they made HBO series "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty" look authentically dated.
Solomon Hughes, Ph.D., makes his onscreen debut as Kareem Abdul-Jabbar in the new HBO series "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty."
After a nationwide search, the creators of "Winning Time" found their Earvin "Magic" Johnson Jr. in the form of unknown actor Quincy Isaiah.
Newsweek spoke to Quincy Isaiah, Solomon Hughes and DeVaughn Nixon about their roles in the new HBO basketball biopic "Winning Time."
"Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty" starts on HBO on Sunday, March 6, and the cast spoke to Newsweek about all the other important issues covered.
The new basketball biopic is filled with stars, as newcomers, Oscar-winners and Pulitzer Prize-winners form an incredibly impressive cast.
Max Borenstein, who worked with Adam McKay on "Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty" for HBO, has made an unusual comparison to another biopic show.
Bennifer sat courtside on Tuesday night at the Staples Center in Los Angeles to see the home team's clash with the Boston Celtics.
The NBA player is making headlines over an incident with two hecklers that occurred during Wednesday night's game with the Indiana Pacers.
Clips of the incident are going viral after fan sarcastically pretended to cry as she was escorted from the court.
The L.A. Lakers star had two Indiana Pacers fans, who were sitting courtside, ejected from the game.
Los Angeles Lakers' James appeared to strike Pistons center Stewart in the face as they fought for a rebound in an incident that has gone viral.
Deon Joseph offered to sit down and talk with LeBron James about policing in America in a Facebook post.
James laughed at Brady's tweet and responded that he was "the washed up King."
The Los Angeles Lakers athlete is among the players who have called for action from team owners toward social-justice reform against systemic racism and police brutality.
In a recent post-game press conference, James showed pride in his hometown of Akron, after the president criticized Goodyear, whose headquarters is in the Ohio city.
A documentary about Magic Johnson is in the works, following ESPN's super-successful "The Last Dance" Michael Jordan documentary.
The new owner made $7.5 billion from the sale of two biopharmaceutical companies and owns 4.5 percent of the L.A. Lakers.
Thomas traded to Los Angeles from the Cavaliers in February.
OKC is finally having fun this season.
The rumors won't go away.
Has LaVar gone too far?
Ball had 11 assists against the Kings.