Monday, February 20, 2017

New Jersey High School Biggest Rivals Release Documentaries!

Basketball Spotlight loves to bring you guy’s impressionable videos about the basketball culture. Two of the top programs and biggest rivals in New Jersey have released documentaries about their team’s and the purpose of their programs. St. Anthony and The Patrick School have storied programs so please tune in and support their effort.

St. Anthony

Part One of Legacy: Bob Hurley introduces viewers to a coach that has transformed Saint Anthony high school into the heartbeat of a tough, unforgiving city, and instilled the values of commitment and success in the more than 200 Friars who have graduated and continued their careers at the collegiate level. Catch the 6-part documentary every Monday - exclusively on SHOWTIME digital platforms.

The Patrick School

The Patrick School is the No. 1 team in New Jersey and is seeking a Tournament of Champions title in late March, which would be the school’s sixth. The school has produced numerous NBA players, including Kyrie Irving and Michael Kidd-Gilchrist, and the current team has five Division 1 signees, including Kentucky-bound 7-footer Nick Richards, a McDonald’s All-American; Minnesota-bound shooting guard Jamir Harris; Monmouth signee Marcus McClary; and Tulane-bound big men Bul Ajang and Buay Koka. Uncommitted senior Jordan Walker is the team’s point guard. I’m extremely proud to debut the documentary, “The Patrick School: TOC or Bust.” The short film is Directed by Anthony Kuzviwanza of Fresh Focus Film and I’m the Executive Producer.