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    Turning Actors Into Players

    01 November 2004 Sports Illustrated

    Through ReelSports, they've become major players in Hollywood. Their job: to bring authenticity and realism to sports movies.

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    Fore! The Actor As Athlete Wants To Play Through

    21 September 2004 The Washington Post

    Silhouetted against a stark brick wall, a speed bag bobbing inches from her face, a young woman says, "I promise I will work so hard."  

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  • Names In The News

    18 May 2004 Sports Business Daily

    ReelSports co-Founders and former college football players have "built a comfortable niche in the film business primarily through developing athletic skills in actors." 

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    Sporting News For Filmers: You Gotta Have Solutions

    18 May 2004 Hollywood Reporter

    In a culture where audiences are often players of a given sport and sporting events are on TV around the clock, the demand for authenticity has reached new levels.

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    Making Sports Look 'Reel'

    25 March 2004 The Post & Courier

    Many a flamboyant athlete is accused of "going Hollywood," a pointed jab at showboating that generally doesn't refer to making movies.

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    Keeping It 'Reel'

    08 September 2003 Wilmington Star News

    Basketball Drama 'One Tree Hill' Gets Game Scenes Right With A Little Help From ReelSports Trainers

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  • 'Tree Hill' team nearly ready for filming

    11 August 2003 Wilmington Star News

    ReelSports Solutions has been casting basketball players for the WB drama (but only those with real skill, thank you)

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  • Court TV

    08 August 2003 Wilmington Star News

    Athletes show basketball skills in bid to make new show's team. This was a casting call for the WB series One Tree Hill.

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