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The Day Sports Stood Still (2021)

How Covid-19 changed college and professional sports and how professional players began publicly arguing for social justice and police reform in the wake of several instances of police ... See full summary »

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Antoine Fuqua

Writer:

Steven Leckart (Writer)
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Malika Andrews Malika Andrews ... Self
Mookie Betts Mookie Betts ... Self
Natasha Cloud Natasha Cloud ... Self
Mark Cuban ... Self
Marten de Roon Marten de Roon ... Self
Laurent Duvernay-Tardif ... Self
Danilo Gallinari Danilo Gallinari ... Self
Laurie Hernandez ... Self
Daryl Homer Daryl Homer ... Self
Donovan Mitchell Donovan Mitchell ... Self
Chris Paul ... Chris Paul
Ryan Reaves Ryan Reaves ... Self
Michele Roberts Michele Roberts ... Self
Adam Silver ... Self
Karl-Anthony Towns ... Self
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How Covid-19 changed college and professional sports and how professional players began publicly arguing for social justice and police reform in the wake of several instances of police killing unarmed black people. Features mostly NBA personnel.

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Great Documentary
11 April 2021 | by jennyluckeSee all my reviews

Loved it, made very well. Very touching, especially when they went over the George Floyd case. I don't watch sports and I still just loved this.


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Language:

English

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24 March 2021 (USA) See more »

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