Random DVD recommendation...The Streets Stop Here. Documentary all about Bob Hurley, Sr, head coach of St. Anthony's in Jersey City where he's won a kajillion State titles and usually has one of the best programs in the nation.
The stuff about Hurley was expected (he's a dick but a dick that cares) but the really interesting thing is following the players, who get a ton of the focus. They include a whole bunch of guys now playing in the NCAAs like Florida's Mike Rosario, Villanova's Dominic Cheek and Kansas' Tyshawn Taylor.
The most interesting part to me was watching Rosario. Long before he was known for taking Jonny Flynn's crotch to the face, he was a way-too-hard-on-himself 17-year-old who scored 30 points a night but seemed pissed he didn't score 40. Lends a lot of insight into how and why he ended up hating Rutgers and transferring.
It's on Netflix.