Magic Johnson is not a fan of HBO‘s upcoming Los Angeles Lakers series.

According to TMZ Sports, Johnson expressed his displeasure about Winning Time: The Rise Of The Lakers Dynasty starring Quincy Isaiah, Jason Segel, John C. Reilly, DeVaughn Nixon and Sally Field. The series, set in the 1980s at the start of the modern era of the Los Angeles Lakers basketball club, said he has his own show about the Lakers in development.

“No, we got different shows coming out,” he said. “I got one, then you got Jeanie Buss [with] one on Showtime [now owned by HBO] coming out. Those are the ones I’m looking forward to.”

“…I’m not looking forward to it,” he said of the HBO series. “I’m going to leave it at that.”

'Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty' comes to HBO in March 2022.

Winning Time: The Rise of the Lakers Dynasty comes to HBO March 2022. According to the official description, the “fast-break new drama series” will focus on “the professional and personal lives of the 1980s Los Angeles Lakers, one of sports’ most revered and dominant dynasties.”

“Based on Jeff Pearlman’s book, Showtime: Magic, Kareem, Riley, and the Los Angeles Lakers, and executive produced by Adam McKay (Succession, Q: Into the Storm), the show takes a look at a team that defined its era, both on and off the court,” the description continues.

The ensemble cast also includes Adrien Brody, Gaby Hoffman, Tracy Letts, Julianne Nicholson, Hadley Robinson, Dr. Solomon Hughes, Tamera Tomakili, Brett Cullen, Stephen Adly Guirgis, Joey Brooks, Sarah Ramos, Spencer Garrett, Molly Gordon, Delante Desouza, Jimel Atkins, Austin Aaron, Jon Young with Rob Morgan and Sally Field.

McKay will also direct with Kevin Messick from McKay’s Hyperobject Industries executive producing. Max Borenstein is also executive producing as well as acting as showrunner, writer, and co-creator with Jim Hecht, who will also co-write and serve as co-creator and executive producer. Other executive producers include Scott Stephens, Jason Shuman and Rodney Barnes.