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Star+ presented the trailer and release date for “Clipped: the fall of the Los Angeles Clippers”

Star+ presented the trailer and release date for “Clipped: the fall of the Los Angeles Clippers”

The series is based on the successful podcast The Sterling Affairs from “ESPN 30 por 30”.

Star+ presents the new poster and trailer of “Clipped: the fall of the Los Angeles Clippers”, the new FX miniseries that premieres with its first two episodes on June 4 exclusively on Star+ in Latin America. Then a new episode available every Tuesday.

Composed of 6 episodes, “Clipped: the fall of the Los Angeles Clippers” goes behind the scenes of the racist comments of a famous owner of an NBA team, captured in an audio that was heard around the world.

What “Clipped: the fall of the Los Angeles Clippers” is about

Based on the successful podcast The Sterling Affairs from “ESPN 30 for 30,” the miniseries shows the collision between a dysfunctional basketball organization and an even less functional marriage, and the precipitating impact that the audio has on a set of characters who fight to win, despite being the team Damnest in the league.

The famous coach Doc Rivers (Laurence Fishburne) arrives at the LA Clippers in 2013. With a promising team of great figures, Rivers has all the potential to make the team win its first championship. However, team owner Donald Sterling (Ed O’Neill), represents a known problem: he is stingy, erratic and a bully, so Doc embarks on a personal mission to minimize his influence and win the title. Meanwhile, the power struggle between Sterling’s ambitious personal assistant, V. Stiviano (Cleopatra Coleman), and Sterling’s wife and partner of 60 years, Shelly (Jackie Weaver), intensifies. “Clipped: The Fall of the Los Angeles Clippers” is a racial consciousness-raising story during the Obama era told through memes, in which V. and the Sterlings discover who really has the power in the internet age, and that leaves Rivers and his players questioning whether the expulsion of one bad apple can produce the transformative change that the media wants to celebrate.

Clipped_ The fall of the Los Angeles Clippers _ Official Subtitled Trailer _ Star+.mp4

They complete the leading cast Kelly AuCoin as Andy Roeser, Sterling’s right-hand man; J. Alphonse Nicholson as Chris Paul; Rich Sommers as Seth Burton, the Clippers’ public relations manager; Corbin Bernsen as Pierce O’Donnell; Clifton Davis like NBA great Elgin Baylor; and Harriet Sansom Harris like “Justine.”

Gina Welch is the creator and showrunner of the series, who also serves as executive producer alongside Emmy Award winners Nina Jacobson and Brad Simpson, Zanne Devine, Ramona Shelburne and Kevin Bray, who also directed three of the six episodes. “Clipped: the fall of the Los Angeles Clippers” is an FX production.

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