Despite falling down to Earth from his amazing performance in Game 3 of the NBA Finals to being torched by Stephen Curry in the final three games, the Delly mania is still in full effect.

The Cleveland Cavaliers scrappy point guard is reportedly behind the inspiration for a new movie coming out, per DimeMag.

The life of Australian basketballer Matthew Dellavedova, who rose from rural Victoria to play in Wednesday’s NBA finals, is being turned into a Hollywood production…

The fictional story, based on Dellavedova’s rise, will follow the tale of three young Australian basketballers who are drafted to play basketball for a US college.

The Australian movie doesn't have a title or anything set yet, but they do plan to have some big-name stars in the film.

True Detective‘s Woody Harrelson and Hotel Rwanda‘s Nick Nolte have both been approached to play the boys’ coach.

The film will follow three Australian boys as they transition from Australia to America in order to play college basketball. Robert Galinsky, the film’s executive producer and screenwriter, says the film won’t be an exact biography of Dellevadova’s life.

“It won’t be Matthew’s life story or autobiography, but will be inspired by his exploits in Melbourne and overseas, and we’re meeting with his management in the next couple of weeks,” Galinsky said.



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