The man and his son, the boy, tote a shopping cart in a post-apocalyptic wasteland. Not a hint of color can be seen for hundreds of miles, insects may be the only food source for weeks, and the duo has to fend off cannibals at every turn.
For those who have seen The Road, a post-apocalyptic tale produced partly by Dallas Mavericks owner Mark Cuban, you can already describe the gloomy scenery.
Father and son didn’t stroll around town thinking things were fine and dandy. Why should everybody do the same concerning the Jamal Adams fiasco?