1 season • TV-MA • Documentary, Sports

The series highlights the five days during the 2014 NBA playoffs, when Doc Rivers, Chris Paul, DeAndre Jordan and the LA Clippers led an unprecedented movement of athletes to hold racism accountable. All episodes streaming now.

Cast & Crew

  • Chris Paul

    Himself, Co-Executive Producer

  • Doc Rivers

    Himself, Co-Executive Producer

  • DeAndre Jordan

    Himself, Co-Executive Producer

  • Matt Barnes

    Himself, Archival Footage

  • JJ Redick


  • Mayor Eric Garcetti


  • Adam Silver


  • Bob Iger


  • Kenny Smith


  • Stephen A. Smith


  • Episodes

  • Ep. 1 of 12

    Who Makes The Game?

    At the outset of the 2014 NBA playoffs, the biggest scandal in league history was about to erupt.

  • Ep. 2 of 12

    The Fish's Head

    A look back at one of the worst franchises in professional sports, the Los Angeles Clippers.

  • Ep. 3 of 12

    The Tape

    The Donald Sterling tape leaks. Clippers players and coaches react with shock and disgust.

  • Ep. 4 of 12


    Donald Sterling’s views on race extend beyond basketball and into how he ran his real estate empire.

  • Ep. 5 of 12


    The tape creates an escalating crisis for the NBA and its new commissioner Adam Silver.

  • Ep. 6 of 12

    The Choice

    In a private team meeting, Clippers players and coaches talk about the tape, race, and how to respond.

  • Ep. 7 of 12

    The Protest

    The Clippers stage a protest, expressing unity and showing the world what they believe in.

  • Ep. 8 of 12


    Pressure mounts to remove Donald Sterling from the league.

  • Ep. 9 of 12

    Bigger Than Sports

    New commissioner Adam Silver makes the bold decision to ban Donald Sterling for life from the NBA.

  • Ep. 10 of 12

    Doubling Down

    The Sterling scandal continues to haunt the team as their season comes to an abrupt conclusion.

  • Ep. 11 of 12


    In dramatic tabloid fashion, the Clippers are sold to Steve Balmer, officially ending the scandal.

  • Ep. 12 of 12

    We Make The Game

    The Sterling scandal ushered in a new era of player empowerment, and they haven’t looked back since.