NBA star LeBron James figures large in this exciting and insightful documentary about the phenomenal rise of the basketball team at St. Vincent-St.Mary high school in Akron, Ohio. As a film student at Loyola Marymount University, director Kristopher Belman persuaded the team to let him record its games, becoming an unofficial mascot and amassing years of footage, archival material, and interviews with James, his other “Fab Five” teammates (Sian Cotton, Willie McGee, Romeo Travis, James Dru Joyce III), and coach Dru Joyce II. Dynamically edited by V. Scott Balcerek, a former visual effects editor for George Lucas, the movie shows how the team overcame naysayers, personal hardships, defections, and a media backlash against James to become national champions. PG, 102 min.