Netflix has dropped off the official trailer for its upcoming LeBron James-produced basketball movie Hustle, starring Adam Sandler.


Sandler plays Stanley Sugerman, a scout for the Philadelphia 76ers who dreams of being an NBA coach. Instead however, Sugarman finds himself stuck traveling the globe searching for the next unknown talent, often at the expense of spending quality time with his family. It’s a tale of being at odds with work-life balance as he tries to be present for his wife Teresa (Queen Latifah) and their daughter, though his demanding job often gets in the way.

The underdog movie also stars current Utah Jazz player Juancho Hernangomez as a player discovered by Sugerman in the film; it is his first acting credit. Other NBA players, including Anthony Edwards, Tobias Harris, Tyrese Maxey, Boban Marjanovic, Trae Young, Jordan Clarkson, Khris Middleton, Aaron Gordon, Kyle Lowry, Seth Curry and Matisse Thybulle, also appear in the film, as well as Philadelphia 76ers coach Doc Rivers and NBA on TNT personality Kenny Smith.

LeBron James serves as a producer through his SpringHill Company while Jeremiah Zagar directed the film.

Hustle debuts on Netflix on June 8.