NBA Vet Gary Payton’s Docuseries Trash Talk Is Moving Forward, And The Fact That An Action Director Was Hired Makes Me Think It Could Get Wild

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Sports documentaries aren’t new concepts, but it does feel like they’ve become more prominent over the past several years. Since the 2020s began, the public has been treated to compelling programming like The Last Dance, Man in the Arena, Break Point and Welcome to Wrexham. And there are more productions on the way, one of which comes from the mind of Gary Payton. The NBA veteran is working on a docuseries called Trash Talk, which has now taken a major step forward. Payton’s productions has tapped a director in the form of an action movie veteran, which makes me think this show is going to get wild.

Trash Talk, which is set up at MindRiot Entertainment, has officially landed Scott Waugh as its director. The filmmaker has a few notable credits under his belt, but they don’t exactly involve sports. Waugh notably helmed the military action film Act of Valor, video game adaptation Need for Speed and the adventure film Hidden Strike, which starred Jackie Chan and John Cena. Waugh’s most recent big-screen venture was the critically maligned Expend4bles, the fourth installment in the Expendables franchise. 

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