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Adam Sandler in “Hustle.”

“Hustle” is now available to stream exclusively on Netflix.
The sports drama stars Adam Sandler as an NBA scout looking for new talent.

Netflix subscriptions start at $10/month and go up to $20/month for 4K streaming.

Adam Sandler’s latest movie, “Hustle,” is now available to stream exclusively on Netflix. The sports drama is produced by LeBron James and features several NBA players alongside Sandler and co-star Queen Latifah. 

Sandler stars as Stanley Sugerman, a scout for the Philadelphia 76ers who is growing tired of his job and aspires to be a head coach. While scouting in Spain, he discovers a gifted streetball player (played by NBA power forward Juancho Hernangómez). Despite the player’s troubled past, Stanley takes a chance and brings him to the US to train for the NBA. 

Check out the trailer for ‘Hustle’

In addition to Hernangómez, “Hustle” features other NBA players, including Anthony Edwards, Seth Curry, Kyle Lowry, Trae Young, and Boban Marjanović. The movie received positive reviews and, as of June 8, holds an “88% Certified Fresh” rating on review-aggregator Rotten Tomatoes.

How to watch ‘Hustle’

You can watch “Hustle” at home exclusively on Netflix. The sports drama made its streaming debut on June 8, following a limited release in select theaters on June 3.

Netflix has three subscription plans, each offering different video quality. The Basic plan costs $10/month and lets you stream in standard definition on one screen at a time. The Standard plan costs $15.49/month for high definition streaming on two screens at a time. For the most screens (four) and up to 4K UHD playback, Netflix’s Premium plan costs $20 a month. 

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You can watch Netflix on most connected devices, including iOS and Android smartphones, tablets, media players like Fire TV and Roku, and smart TVs from all the major brands. 

Can I watch ‘Hustle’ for free?

At the time of writing, Netflix does not offer a free trial, so you’ll need a paid subscription to watch “Hustle.”

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Source:: Business Insider


‘Hustle’ is a new sports drama from Adam Sandler and LeBron James — here’s how to stream it

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