We're riding for the new streetball documentary, Doin' It in the Park. Directed by Kevin Couliau and Bobbito Garcia, it features a handful of streetball legends—including Pee Wee Kirkland, Fly Williams, and Corey "Homicide" Williams—and breaks down exactly how and why streetball has become such a big thing in New York City. Couliau and Bobbito visited 180 different New York City courts to make the movie and did a great job contextualizing the importance of streetball in the Big Apple.

You can check out the theatrical trailer for Doin' It in the Park above. You can also purchase the film beginning today for $9.99 over here. And the doc will hit theaters in NYC, Oakland, and London on May 20 with additional screenings in other cities like Los Angeles, San Francisco, Miami, and Philadelphia set to take place as well (check out the full screening schedule here). Doin' It in the Park will also embark on a World Tour presented by Nike on May 8 and will make stops in the Philippines, China, South Africa, and Europe.

Basically, you need to get down with this flick, if you haven't gotten down with it already. If you're a basketball fan or you just love a good documentary, check it out now.

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