Sin City Saints (2015)

TV Series   |    |  Comedy


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The rise and fall of a fictional Las Vegas basketball team.


6.2/10
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  • Paul Duke in Sin City Saints (2015)
  • Sin City Saints #106 "You Booze, You Lose"
  • Phillip Plays An Executive in the (Sin City Saints) Basketball office.

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Creators:

Chris Case, Bryan Gordon, Michael Tollin

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12 May 2015 | brandnewsox
10
| A great show and definitely worth watching
I was very impressed with this shows professional feel and the team, court and Vegas looked great. I liked the cast and thought Santino was great in the lead, and I loved the pro basketball players making cameos as actors. The actors played their roles great.

The episodes were funny and smart and if you like the nba, like I do, I really don't see how you wouldn't love this show. The story's are stuff you could hear on sports center and the characters, even minor ones, grow on you every episode. I really hope it comes back for season 2.

Overall I'm giving this show a ten in hopes it helps people watch it, because it definitely is worth watching. The episodes are only twenty minutes long and I watched at least half of them on my phone. I was very impressed with yahoo on this one and it might make me watch something else by them in the future.

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