New Jersey is at an interesting point with its major cities. Development and gentrification has boomed in Jersey City, shown signs in Newark, and as well in Camden. Atlantic City is one of the cities that's been in purgatory. Its gambling and entertainment industry has been dragged away by venues in, and closer to Philadelphia in the last decade. Other than the summer months filling the boardwalk and college kids looking to go on a weekend tear in the winter, the city is at a crossroads trying to find an answer of how to move ahead. There are scenes that show this ambiguity clearly. Vacant lots, scarce row houses neighboring brand new skyscrapers - could be something of a modern setting for a Warriors remake.