Harrison Barnes as Harrison Barnes Jake Regal as Manager Jake Adam Toltzis: Writer/Director Dave Brand: Producer/Director Misha Sundukovskiy: Director of Photography Mikhail Shapiro: Camera Operator Ben Sortino: Sound Grant Rogers: Editor
Harrison Barnes: 60% percent of all NBA players file for bankruptcy
within five years after they finish playing. That's terrifying.
What I have now is a job, but what I need is a career.
I'm Harrison Barnes, and this is my backup plan.
Excuse me man, do you work here?
Jake Regal: Yeah, I'm the manager. You're the basketball guy?
> Why are you wearing that?
My name is Jake. I'm the manager here. This is my domain.
> Harrison Barnes. Stupid name.
Ok, work experience...small forward Golden State Warriors.
Totally inapplicable. Barnes lawn mowing.
Owner president, wow.
> It was mostly just a start-up in Iowa.
> Mostly just you mowing lawns of your neighbors.
University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
I'm more of a Dukey guy, but fine. What makes you say you're qualified for this job?
> Hard work, dedication, and the ability to step up in the moment.
I mean, hopefully this is what I can do as a career someday.
> This is the most respectable career a man can have.
Look, I know athletes, silver spoon right in their little mouths...
I want to pull it out. I want him to earn this job.
I can tell you the size of any single one of these articles of clothing.
You gotta see it. I can just feel it.
Medium. Medium. Large. Marge.
They do have a size called Marge. We have in between sizes here.
Give it a shot. Try one out. What size are these clothes?
> There's no smarge. Would that be a small, medium, large?
That would be a medium.
> I'm sorry.
You've already failed in 3 ways.
Sell me this blouse.
> Ma'am you look like you have a nice shape.
> Excuse me.
Hmm...is it okay if I just sew a couple of shirts together, and buy them
as one big shirt?
That actually would be against the store policy.
> You would've sold two shirts right then.
I don't know nothing about clothes, but I gotta get something for my daughter's birthday.
Excuse me, my skins on fire.
> We have the perfect jacket for that.
> Ok, that was a good one.
Well, Harry you can't work with clothes, and you can't work with people.
> In all honesty, I feel like I haven't had a fair shot.
> I gave you a lot of shots, and your field goal percentage is very low.
It's a basketball joke.
Good news is I do think I have one perfect job for you.
We need more of those out front, and I can't reach them.
> Oh...you're a natural.
> Management was different. I don't know if that'll be the spot that
I'll land at, but hopefully one day I'll be able to find a career.
> See-ya bro.
Yeah, I would totally hire him. He was a hell of a lot better than Latrell Sprewell.