Real-life drama on and off the court

Film captures the highs and lows of an inner-city hoops coach and his '07 team

Updated: May 2, 2011, 10:34 PM ET
By Brendan Hall | ESPNBoston.com

SOMERVILLE, Mass. -- It's just after 4:15 p.m. on what has turned into a gorgeous Saturday afternoon, and Dennis Wilson has arrived in Davis Square, ready to roll. As usual, you can both see and hear the legendary Madison Park basketball coach coming from a mile away, whether it's the shiny champagne-colored Escalade he drives or the pinstriped black pants he's donning with shiny dress shoes and gray sweater.

True to his athletic roots, he'll wait until the show starts before he puts on ...

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