Josiah is one of the cast in Netflix’s new series Basketball or Nothing. As well as being a skilled basketball player he’s also a track and field athlete. We’re introduced to the senior school student during episode 1. His mum and family also feature on the show.
Josiah Tsosie. Josiah is a double threat as not only does he play basketball but he is a track and field star. His passion, drive and love for his family won the hearts of viewers everywhere. Thankfully, Josiah had a positive ending on the show as he was awarded the Obama scholarship to Arizona State University!
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A second serving of “Basketball or Nothing” will be available online when Netflix completes filming and editing this season’s Chinle boys’ basketball team. ... Josiah and Chance were ...
It acts as a medicine for an area that's plagued by high alcohol, drug and suicide rates. Basketball provides an outlet for teenagers who are battling hardships at home and it offers an opportunity for players to leave the "Rez" and help their families. In Chinle, Arizona, it's Basketball or Nothing.
By: Caroline John - Published: August 2, 2019 at 10:42 am. Image by PDPics from Pixabay. Netflix continues its run of gripping sports documentaries with its latest offering, Basketball or Nothing, which premieres on August 2, 2019. The series follows the 2018 basketball team at Chinle High School, based in Arizona’s Navajo Nation.
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A second serving of “Basketball or Nothing” will be available online when Netflix completes filming and editing this season’s Chinle boys’ basketball team. January 9, 2020. In "Basketball ...
Basketball or Nothing is sincere, heartfelt and absolutely worth your time. John Serba is a freelance writer and film critic based in Grand Rapids, Michigan. Read more of his work at ...
Basketball or Nothing tells the tale of pride and persistence through the lens of the reservation’s fascination with high school basketball in Chinle, population 4,500. They call it “Rez Ball,” a fast-paced, run-and-gun style that makes for high-scoring games played before enthusiastic crowds that often fill Chinle High School’s 6,000-seat gymnasium, especially come playoff time.