In 1955, Oscar Robertson and his teammates at the segregated Crispus Attucks High School rose from the hatred and racism of the time to be the first all-black team ever to win a state championship. With their innovative style of play, this brilliant group of athletes changed basketball forever. This is an amazing true story of the coach, school and team that inspired the nation.
- Producer: Willie Merriweather
- Director: Betsy Blankenbaker