The documentary Hooked: The Legend of Demetrius "Hook" Mitchell, released in 2003, traces the life of Demetrius Mitchell, who, at 5-feet-10, built his legendary playground status because of his amazing hops that enabled him to dunk 360 degrees over a late model Honda Accord car.
5 de may. de 2003 · With Calvin Andrews, Antonio Davis, Bill Duffy, Drew Gooden. Raised in the drug infested, crime-ridden streets of West Oakland, California, Demetrius "Hook" Mitchell was born to a drug addicted mother and a father he never knew.
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12 de oct. de 2004 · "Hooked" is a compelling and artful documentary by filmmakers Michael Skolnik and William O Neill, which traces the life of Demetrius Mitchell, who, at 5-feet-9, built his legendary playground status by several public exhibits of his extraordinary talent, such as jumping over the top of a Volkswagen car and slam dunking a basketball.
5 de may. de 2003 · Media. No videos, backdrops or posters have been added to Hooked: The Legend of Demetrius Hook Mitchell. Raised in the drug infested, crime-ridden streets of West Oakland, California, Demetrius.
The story of how "Hook" wound up incarcerated is told in this poignant tale of a life gone wrong by his NBA friends, his family and Hook himself. "Hook" Mitchell is considered one of the greatest basketball player to never make it to the NBA —
Gary Payton is one of the top point guards in the NBA. He grew up with Demetrius "Hook" Mitchell and says Hook is better than he is. Other top players, such as Jason Kidd and Brian Shaw, agree. Yet, most of the free world hasn't heard of this mythic figure who only stands five feet nine inches...