Adam Sandler's latest NBA-themed movie ‘Hustle' drew a lot of positive reactions from fans. The feel-good movie featured multiple cameos from NBA stars of past and present. There was a lot of praise given to Anthony Edwards and Juancho Hernangomez, who were both stellar in their big roles. Edwards, in particular, was lauded greatly, as the Minnesota Timberwolves star played the villain to Hernangomez' character.

Having a bunch of NBA personalities on set, you know there were going to be great stories during the filming of the movie. During an interview for Whistle Sports, Sandler and Hernangomez detailed a story with Anthony Edwards while they were shooting Hustle. We'll leave it to the two stars to tell the story of the Timberwolves star. (via Whistle Sports)

Well, that certainly would be on-brand for Edwards to refuse to be blocked, even for a movie scene. The Timberwolves star is certainly one competitive player. Even if it's just for a scene, it's hard not to imagine Edwards being riled up over being blocked by his former ‘Wolves teammate.

Hustle was released on Netflix last week, to great reviews from fans. The movie stars Adam Sandler as Stanley Sugerman, a scout for the Philadelphia 76ers. On a trip to Spain, he meets Bo Cruz (Juancho Hernangomez), a basketball hustler. The two set off to get the latter drafted into the NBA. Along the way, they face a ton of adversity. That includes the presumptive top pick of the draft, Kermit Wilts (played by Timberwolves star Anthony Edwards).

Aside from the Timberwolves duo of Hernangomez and Edwards, ‘Hustle' features multiple cameos from popular NBA players. These include legends like Julius Erving, lovable NBA players like Boban Marjanovic, and some Philly basketball icons like Allen Iverson and Kyle Lowry.