An in-depth profile of polarizing Duke basketball great Christian Laettner, the only player to start in four consecutive Final Fours. Rory Karpf directs a "gloves-off" examination of the man who has been seen by many as the "Blue Devil Himself."
Chronicling cricket legend Sachin Tendulkar, who carried the hopes of Indians all over the world into the 2011 World Cup. The five-foot-five batsman, who debuted at age 16 in 1989, faced growing concerns over his skills in his sixth bid to win the Cup.
Chronicling the 1980 Soviet Olympic hockey team that lost 4-3 to the U.S. in the famed semifinal at Lake Placid. Director Jonathan Hock examines the aftermath for players such as Hall of Fame goalie Vladislav Tretiak.
Chronicling University of Miami football from the low of NCAA sanctions in the mid-'90s to the high of the 2001 National Championship; to the new controversy of a booster's Ponzi scheme to win favor with the program. Directed by Billy Corben.
Wide receiver Randy Moss is profiled by filmmaker Marquis Daisy in a journey back to the small town of Rand, W.Va., where troubles with the law nealry derailed Moss's career before he landed at Marshall and began making national headlines on the field.
The story of half-brothers Livan and Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez— their rise to baseball stardom in Cuba, harrowing escapes from their native island, and the improbable circumstances that reunited them years later as World Series champions.
Chronicling Oklahoma Sooners star Brian Bosworth's days as "The Boz" under football coach Barry Switzer. Both men reflect on their father-son relationship in three memorable seasons (1984-86) in Norman, while also discussing how their lives have changed. Directed by Thaddeus D. Matula.
A look at the career of former NHL "enforcer" John Wensink, who challenged the entire Minnesota bench to fight after an on-ice incident with Boston in 1977. Also: former goaltender Clint Malarchuk's recovery from a gruesome injury with Buffalo in 1989.
Revisiting the New York Knicks' glory years of 1970-73, which featured three NBA Finals and two titles. Director Michael Rapaport illuminates a unique lineup of stars from Walt "Clyde" Frazier and Earl "The Pearl" Monroe to Bill Bradley and Phil Jackson.
The earthquake-interrupted A's-Giants World Series of 1989 is revisited through archival footage and stories from players, officials and Bay Area citizens. Director Ryan Fleck also takes a scientific look at the 6.9 Loma Prieta quake prior to Game 3 at Candlestick Park.
The fixing of Boston College basketball games in 1978-79 is chronicled. Details of the point-shaving scandal are revealed by the actual fixers, including mobster Henry Hill (played by Ray Liotta in "Goodfellas"); B.C. players; and federal investigators. Directed by Joe Lavine and Cayman Grant.
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