The Los Angeles Lakers remain one of the high-profile NBA teams that most know and the team has not been spared from drama. Most know that there are a lot of untold stories that any NBA fan would love to hear.

Of course, most may have seen HBO’s “Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty.” However, the series was far from what most Lakers fans wanted to see and criticism unsurprisingly followed.

Earlier this year, Laker legends such as Magic Johnson and Kareem Abdul-Jabbar teased the possible coming of a documentary to narrate the real story of “Showtime.” It appears that the time has come and a trailer has officially come out.

It will be a 10-part epic, similar to what “The Last Dance” offered. Its official title will be “Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers.” Directing the series will be Antoine Fuqua.

Considering the Lakers had their share of ups and downs, “Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers” should be an interesting watch. So far, already shown in the trailer are Johnson, Abdul-Jabbar, Shaquille O’Neal, Pat Riley, Jeanie Buss and even Phil Jackson.

One can just imagine the bombshells that could come out from the people who were at some point with the purple and gold.

The official description of the series via Hulu read:

“Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers” captures the remarkable rise and unprecedented success of one of the most dominant and iconic franchises in professional sports. Featuring exclusive access to the Buss Family and probing, revealing interviews with players, coaches, and front office execs, this 10-part documentary series chronicles this extraordinary story from the inside–told only by the people who lived it.

As of this writing, an official release date for “Legacy: The True Story of the LA Lakers” has yet to be announced, Esquire reported.

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