“Redefined: J.R. Smith” Is Set To Premiere On Prime Video

According to Cinema Blend, Redefined: J.R. Smith will be released on Prime Video on April 4, 2023, at 12:01 a.m. The four-part docuseries will tell the tale of the former professional basketball player’s career. According to IMDb, J.R. Smith appears in Redefined: J.R. Smith. Richard Watkins, Smith, Diego Gonzalez, and a slew of others were among those honored.

Despite having a great professional basketball career in the NBA, Smith was unlucky to find one day that he had no club to play for. He stunned the world in 2021 when he enrolled at North Carolina A&T State University and joined the Aggies golf squad.  Because the player went straight from high school to the NBA, he never attended college.

J.R. Smith joined the NBA at the age of 19

Smith joined the NBA after graduating from secondary school at the age of 19. With the Cleveland Cavaliers and the Los Angeles Lakers, he earned two titles. On October 4, 2020, he played his final NBA game, Game 3 of that Finals series. When he discovered he wouldn’t have a squad to play for in 2021, he resolved to obtain a college degree in order to forge a new career route. He registered in North Carolina A&T State institution, the country’s biggest predominantly black institution.

Redefined JR Smith

He then unexpectedly withdrew from professional basketball and joined the Aggies golf squad at Texas A&M. Prime Video has published the original teaser for the docuseries. Smith says he made this huge move to put his abilities to the test and make a point to no one but himself. He can be heard stating in the video above:

“I’m not doing this to prove anyone wrong… I’m doing it to prove to myself that I can do it.”

The four-part docuseries is directed by Philip Knowlton. LeBron James, Maverick Carter, Jamal Henderson, Philip Byron, Amy Glickman Brown, Erikka Yancy, and Philip Knowlton are among the project’s executive producers. According to Amazon Studios, the formal summary for the program is as follows:

“Redefined: J.R. Smith” is a four-part docuseries that follows J.R. Smith, whose story serves as a powerful reminder that with determination and resilience, one can overcome even the most difficult setbacks and achieve success.

Drafted to the NBA straight out of high school at just 19 years old, J.R. suddenly finds himself without an NBA team to call home and in search of redefining his life and career. It goes on to say:

“The series picks up with J.R. as he sets a new goal for himself by enrolling in college and pursuing a new athletic passion as a member of the Men’s Golf Team at North Carolina A&T, the nation’s largest Historically Black University.” Smith?

Redefined JR Smith

Smith was born on September 9, 1985, in Freehold Borough, New Jersey, and grew up in the Clarksburg area of Millstone Township, New Jersey. He entered the NBA straight out of high school after being chosen by the New Orleans Hornets in the first round of the 2004 NBA selection with the 18th overall choice. Smith has played for the Denver Nuggets, the New York Knicks, and even the Chinese Basketball Association’s Zhejiang Golden Bulls. He earned the NBA title twice, once with the Cleveland Cavaliers in 2016 and again with the Los Angeles Lakers in 2020. Smith enrolled at North Carolina A&T State University in 2021, where he became a member of the Aggies golf squad. Smith joined Complexity Gaming later that year.

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