Amazon Prime’s latest season of their hit sports docuseries All Or Nothing just premiered as the cameras followed the Toronto Maple Leafs and their 2020-2021 season. We take a look at a few sports teams that would also make for excellent television on All Or Nothing.
Los Angeles Lakers
Since the show’s debut in 2016, the series has yet to feature any professional basketball team. This current edition of the Lakers has many notable names such as Lebron James, Anthony Davis, Russell Westbrook, Carmelo Anthony, and Dwight Howard. What else would be more entertaining than trying to see Lebron in his 19th year chase glory with four other future Hall-of-Famers? There are also many people who doubt this team can achieve their goals because of the team’s old age, so it would be interesting to see how things unfold.
Much like the Lakers, the Nets are stacked with talent and it seems like James Harden, Kevin Durant, Kyrie Irving and Blake Griffin are on a collision course to meet the Lakers in the NBA finals. There are a lot of different story lines that would be interesting to follow as well as their season progresses. For example, the team’s head coach Steve has announced that they are prepared to play without Kyrie Irving for their home games (due to New York state’s vaccination laws) because of his unwillingness to get vaccinated.
Paris Saint-Germain Football Club
After leaving his long-time home in Barcelona, Lionel Messi made headlines when he found his way to Paris and joined the historic French club. The Argentinian player is joining forces with other big names such as Neymar and Kylian Mbappé. With that much star power, it certainly would draw a lot of viewership. In addition to this, there are some rumblings that Mbappé wants to leave the team, so some behind the scenes looks at that drama would be must-see TV.
An inside look of a brand new expansion team trying to find their bearings in the National Hockey League would be a lot of fun. The viewers would get to see the team achieve and accomplish a lot of things during their first go at it. It would also be a great way to introduce the team to a brand new audience.
After being a laughing stock in the NFL for decades, the Cleveland Browns last year made the playoffs for the first time since 2002. Their return to relevancy should be documented, and it’s safe to say that the team and its fan base deserves some love after being the butt-end of jokes for so long. With personalities such as Odell Beckham Jr. and Baker Mayfield, there is no denying that following this team would be fun to watch as well.
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