However, this could hinge on whether BPG Sports is able to make a deal with "Hustle", which will allow them to host tryouts at Chase Fieldhouse in Wilmington. BPG manages the Chase Fieldhouse.
A flyer was circulated on social media about an open call for male basketball players aged 18-30 to participate in an open tryout at Chase Fieldhouse on July 18, to watch the Netflix movie "Hustle".
According to the flyer, if you are a player or intend to play NCAA Basketball, you will not be allowed to appear in the film based on NCAA eligibility rules. All those hired to appear on the film will receive a salary.
Steve Cavalier, general manager of BPG Sports, stated Wednesday morning that his team was trying to make the tryout happen. However, neither side has reached an agreement. There are currently no tryouts.
If there are any developments, the News Journal will notify you. Here's what we know about "Hustle".
Jeremiah Zagar will direct "Hustle", with Will Fetters and Taylor Materne writing the script. According to the Hollywood Reporter, the film will be produced by Happy Madison, Roth/Kirschenbaum Films, LeBron James, Maverick Carter and SpringHill Entertainment.
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