'Redefined: J.R. Smith' Follows the NBA Champion's Transition to College and Golf

Prime Video Sports has announced the official premiere date for Redefined: J.R. Smith, a four-part docuseries by UNINTERRUPTED following the retired NBA star, J.R. Smith on his journey to pursue a college education and new athletic passion as a member of the Men’s Golf Team at North Carolina A&T.

After being drafted into the NBA at just 19 years old and going on to win two Championships with the Cleveland Cavaliers and Los Angeles Lakers, Smith found himself without a team to play for. Searching for a new direction in life, he chooses to pursue a college education, rediscovering his passion for sports as a student-athlete at the nation’s largest historically Black university.

According to the press release, the “story serves as a powerful reminder that with determination and resilience, once can overcome even the toughest setbacks and achieve success.”

Executive producers for the show include LeBron James and Maverick Carter under their athlete empowerment brand UNINTERRUPTED. Jamal Henderson and Philip Byron also serve as executive producers and will be joined by Philip Knowlton who directs the series.

The Redefined: J.R. Smith is set to premiere on April 4 exclusively on Prime Video in over 240 countries and territories worldwide.

In other news, Michael Jordan is reportedly in talks to sell majority stake in Charlotte Hornets.
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