Ever wonder what goes into an NBA game? Whether you are watching from home or in the arena, there are so many people who bring this show to life. The essence of LeagueBiz is to pay homage to those who impact the game without wearing a jersey. LeagueBiz provides proximity to the game for those looking for a career in the NBA. The ability to learn from the best and hear about the individual stories that shaped their careers in one of the world’s most premiere sports league.
We recently launched our 2nd season of LeagueBiz, which took place at NBA All-Star Weekend in Salt Lake City and featured some of the biggest trailblazers and contributors to the NBA Eco-System. This 10-episode season offered a diverse range of guests who wear multiple hats from NBA father to NBA writer, and the recurring theme is resiliency and longevity. Many people see the allure of working in sports, but most don’t understand the grit and competitiveness that comes with the territory.
Introducing our host, Denis Boateng, who is truly a master conversationalist. He thrives at getting the most out of people in interviews. He is a passionate content creator who has spent years honing his craft. He is keeping his hoop dreams alive by engaging in enticing conversations with guests who embody the meaning of legacy.
Through the first few episodes of season 1, you can expect to see the realities of being an NBA agent from Klutch Sports Executive Calvin Andrews and President of Martk’d Dion Walcott. The power of this orange ball and the places it can take you with Marc J. Spears and E. Courtney Scott. Why the culture of basketball has shaped pop culture with legendary producer 9th Wonder, CEO of SLAM Les Green, and LeagueFits Creator Ian Pierno. Plus, Fatherhood with Charles Paul and Karl Towns Sr. Here is a sneak peek of what you can expect this season!
To understand the production value and what brings this incredible project to life, here is a look at what goes into a production of this magnitude from our Director, Peter Calder, who recently wrapped up filming for season 3.