Twitch will stream the games globally starting this summer. Creators on the streaming platform will have the ability to co-stream all events, giving them a chance to offer their own commentary on the games. Twitch says it will work closely with USA Basketball on additional content opportunities around each event to incorporate innovative elements, including interactive custom overlays, to provide engagement opportunities that enhance the viewing experience. Earlier this month, Twitch also became a streaming partner of the Jr. NBA Global Championship.
A lot or a little? The parents' guide to what's in this movie. Positive Messages Monica faces sexist behavior and attitudes from those closest to her as she proves basketball is just as important to her as it is to male players.
Quincy's dad is an abandoning, philandering father figure and Quincy works hard throughout the film not to turn out like him.
For all his faults, Quincy's father encourages Quincy to choose graduating from college over turning pro before graduating. Quincy refuses to be like his philandering basketball star father.
Violence Some scuffles, parent slaps adult child. Some basketball fouls. Sex Fairly explicit sexual references and situations.
Quincy's father is unfaithful; women fall all over Quincy and explicitly ask to sleep with him.
As high schoolers, Quincy and Monica have sex -- a condom is prominent in that scene. A game of strip basketball in a dorm room shows underwear only. As a child, Quincy overhears his parents having sex in the other room.
Language "F--kin'" used once.
Miller Genuine Draft is the beer of choice in a bar. This movie has strong sexuality for a PG, including descriptions of some sexually aggressive women, a strip basketball game, and a scene of Monica and Quincy having sex that has no nudity but is fairly explicit -- and includes the obvious use of a condom.
A character gets drunk when she finds out that her husband has been unfaithful. Profanity is regularly used, including "f--kin'" used once. The not-so-glamorous realities of professional basketball players who aren't playing on the NBA circuit is also shown.
For families with aspiring athletes, these are all issues in the movie worth discussing.
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