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Experience for yourself what it's like to live the NBA dream in this compelling, all-access look at the real-life drama and intriguing stories of the most fascinating teams, players and coaches in the NBA. Hosted by Ahmad Rashad, go behind the scenes before training camp opens, all the way to the celebration of an NBA Championship, traveling beyond the bright lights of the arena into the huddles and behind locker room doors. See what players go through in the off season and training camp as they prepare for the grueling regular season. Follow them through the playoffs as they vie for the ultimate prize - a berth in the Finals and an NBA Championship. Plus, get up-close and candid with the best of the best as they showcase their skills at the NBA All-Star Weekend and so much more.
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Remember that this disc was constructed before the 2007 playoffs, as no coverage of LeBron's 25 point explosion is documented, no mention of Golden State's first round dominance of the Mavericks is made, and the 2007 Spurs aren't celebrated as NBA Champions. You will, however, be treated to a look at the Miami Heat locker-room celebration of their 2006 championship win.
One gripe I have is that the "behind-the-scenes" language is censored, and it seems clear that we aren't getting the raw scenes "NBA all-access" might suggest. If you want a more candid view on players and their lifestyle, check out Paul Shirley's book "Can I Keep My Jersey" or read up on Gilbert Arenas' blog. Although there's clearly a highly-processed sheen to the presentation (it has clearly seen its share of PR folk and lawyers during production), you still get a better idea of what the work-life of an NBA player is like.