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Kat Jayme: “[Finding Big Country] is sort of the perfect story”



Whatever happened to Bryant Reeves? For most of filmmaker Kat Jayme’s life, the question existed without an answer. A longtime basketball fan who came of age watching the Vancouver Grizzlies, she set out to find the team’s most elusive and forgotten star. In Finding Big Country, which premiered at the Vancouver International Film Festival, Jayme … Continue reading Kat Jayme: “[Finding Big Country] is sort of the perfect story”


Eric Koreen: “We’re interesting creatures, sometimes”



Eric Koreen has a job most sports fans would only dream of: covering the Toronto Raptors for a living. For the past decade, Koreen’s columns for the National Post, VICE Sports, and The Athletic have earned him a loyal following amongst basketball fans — both for his insight and his occasionally irreverent approach. From his … Continue reading Eric Koreen: “We’re interesting creatures, sometimes”


Royce White: “It’s bigger than mental health; it’s more about politics”



He’s been dubbed “the most important basketball player alive.” Royce White may not be suiting up for an NBA franchise, but his advocacy for mental health — and his outspokenness on the league’s lack of a mental health policy — made him a household name long before he was drafted 16th overall by the Houston … Continue reading Royce White: “It’s bigger than mental health; it’s more about politics”