Logo’s got game with new show

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imageLogo steps into the realm of gay jocks and basketball with the premiere tonight of “Shirts & Skins.”

The six-episode series follows the Rock Dogs, a gay amateur basketball team, as they prepared for the National Gay Basketball Association championships earlier this year. The show is set in a loft in San Francisco’s Mission District as six of the team’s 12 players live together for more than three weeks as they practice and play.

“Shirts & Skins” doesn’t shy away from skin or drama, but digs a little deeper than most reality television shows and includes a healthy dose of on-the-court action that helps it stand out from other reality TV. These guys can hoop, after all.

One of the six teammates living in the loft is Rory Ray, a web developer who joined the Rock Dogs in 2002 and now lives in New York City.

I think it is amazing what they are able to capture. They put six very different guys in a house and said do whatever you are going to do. Pretty much whatever happened has happened. You can see in the first two episodes that there are a lot of things of depth and substantial issues that are being discussed and talked about. I don’t think anyone expected it to be any of that. I think they got more than they bargained for – in a good way.

For more on the show, which airs on Logo Mondays at 10 p.m., read the Project Q Atlanta interview with Ray. Outsports reviews the show here.

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