Basketball or Nothing is a 2019 American documentarian non-scripted reality television series on Netflix filmed in Chinle, Arizona. The premise revolves around the lives of the Chinle High School boys’ basketball team based on the Navajo Nation reservation, the largest reservation in America. The series featured Raul Mendoza as coach of the team.
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EP1: Rezball. In the heart of the Navajo Nation Reservation, the Wildcats from Chinle High School begin their quest to win the school’s first ever basketball state championship. But a contrast in styles presents problems between the team and its legendary head coach. EP2: Getting Defensive. Chinle makes history - of the wrong kind.
In 2019, the docuseries Basketball or Nothing, based on the Chinle Wildcats' pursuit of a state basketball championship in the 2017–2018 season, premiered on Netflix. It was directed by Matt Howley, Michael Lucas and Gabriel Spitale.
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Coach Raul on Basketball or Nothing. Coach Raul Mendoza enters the series with the ambition of turning the Wildcats into a winning team. Raul said: “As a head coach, my whole purpose is to win a state championship”. Previously coach Mendoza had won four state title games, reached eight final fours and even won the Arizona state championships.
Early years Family and personal life. Bill Russell was born on February 12, 1934 to Charles Russell and Katie Russell in West Monroe, Louisiana.Like almost all Southern towns and cities of that time, Monroe was very segregated, and the Russells often struggled with racism in their daily lives.