LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chance the Rapper producing sports documentary series.

A teaser for the series, Magnify, was released by Fox Sports on Wednesday. James, Wade and Chicago rapper are tabbed as executive producers.

Kahron Spearman

Cleveland Cavaliers teammates LeBron James and Dwyane Wade, along with Chance the Rapper, are executive producing a sports documentary series in conjunction with Fox Sports, called MAGNIFY. In a statement by Fox Sports, the series will tackle "deep explorations of athletes on and off-the-field journeys connect to the challenges, change and unity that sports can bring to communities."

This commitment to deeper storytelling pointing the cameras where theyre needed most diversifies our voice and gets audiences thinking about sports in a broader context beyond wins and losses

Charlie Dixon
EVP, Content at FOX Sports

The series will commence with "89 Blocks," a story about a St. Louis high school team, which was produced by James and close associate Maverick Carter's UNINTERRUPTED platform, and Sports Illustrated. It debuts on Nov. 26. It will be quickly followed by the Los Angeles Media Fund, Wade and Chance co-produced "Shot In the Dark," about a Los Angeles area high school basketball team.