Chicago native Isiah Thomas became one of the best small guards the NBA has ever seen, due to his energy, flair, and his passing and scoring abilities. Volume One of this innovative series of basketball biographies traces Thomas's extraordinary career, and the physical and mental toughness that took him to the top. Named one of the 50 greatest players in NBA history, Thomas began playing for the Indiana Hoosiers before remaining with the Detroit Pistons for 13 years, during which time he was named MVP two out of the twelve times he was selected for the NBA All-Star Game. Under the coaching of NBA Hall of Fame legend Chuck Daly, Thomas led the Pistons to the NBA championship twice, and became the Pistons' all-time leader in points, assists, steals, and games played. In this intimate portrait of a legend, interviews with Thomas and his peers and coaches give audiences an inside look at what constitutes a great player; 3-D graphics and fascinating NBA action photos, set to an upbeat soundtrack, provide further insight. The program is hosted by sports personality Pat O'Brien of TV's THE INSIDER.