Basketball or Nothing (TV Series 2019– ) Parents Guide and Certifications from around the world.
BASKETBALL OR NOTHING is a docuseries that follows the basketball team at Chinle High School on the Navajo Nation reservation through a season's effort to chase an Arizona state title. Under the guidance of veteran coach Raul Mendoza, who brings a new philosophy to his first season with the Chinle Wildcats, the team works hard to adapt to his expectations and the hopes of the broader Chinle community.
"Basketball or Nothing" Chance of a Lifetime (TV Episode 2019) Parents Guide and Certifications from around the world.
Basketball or Nothing: The lives of the Chinle High School boys' basketball team based on the Navajo Nation reservation in Arizona.
Basketball development is widely misunderstood by parents and even coaches too. Almost every parent I meet has the greatest of intentions and some of them think they know a lot about basketball development -- but when it comes down to it, they know VERY little about developing players efficiently and effectively.
A teenager goes through graphic heroin withdrawals (vomiting, grunting, excessive shaking, and severe pain). The teen begs for just a little heroin. A group of boys are kicked off the basketball team for drug use. That night one of them has an intense argument with his mother and is kicked out of the house.
A female student comments on Quincy's "booty" and makes a comment about licking the sweat off it (or something like that). A comment is then made about that student having "big ass t*tties." Monica later comments on this woman sending her "cootchie" through the mail (since a letter to Quincy from her stated that she'd leave him "satisfied") and ...
BASKETBALL PHILOSOPHY Our Basketball program has a philosophy that we play by everyday that helps guide us towards a high level of success. Our basketball philosophy can be summed up in seven words, "Play Hard, Play Smart and Play Together". These strategies will be the cornerstones to our program's vision.
The parents' guide to what's in this movie. 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.