While being reminded of the Sunday doldrums of his youth, Paul Shirley is visited by the Ghosts of Musical Past, Present and Future, who are better known as Spoon, Metric and Hockey.
Certain albums once marked significant moments in Paul Shirley's life. But as his musical library has expanded, those noteworthy Shirley sound track events have somehow become less frequent.
Lakers focus pranks on Andrew Bynum, Starbury has sights on TV show and injuries abound in preseason.
Some humor fades, some humor lasts. In his role as TV producer, Paul Shirley was going for the latter, as he explains.
Paul Shirley has had his shot rejected in the NBA. Now he knows what it's like to have a TV pilot sent into the seats.
It ain't easy being a TV producer, but it's not that hard either, Paul Shirley learns on the set of his new NBA-flavored show.
Just be yourself? That didn't work for Paul Shirley. He didn't get the part to play himself in a new TV series.
Paul Shirley eyes actors who are trying to play him for his TV show -- because he wants to play himself.
At his first audition for his new TV show, Paul Shirley finds out that as an actor, he's too cool. • Chat wrap
Paul Shirley, the basketball player, adjusts to the perks accorded those with their very own TV producer office.
Paul Shirley makes his pitch to TV bigwigs. Looks like they're onboard. Whoa!
In the beginning, there was this idea for a television show. Paul Shirley explains.