The AP SPORTS BASKETBALL SERIES is an engaging collection of biographies on some of basketball's finest players, both past and present. Hosted by sports personality Pat O'Brien, each volume incorporates illuminating interviews with its subject and his peers, as well as 3-D digital graphics and NBA action photos, all set to a catchy, buoyant soundtrack. Volume Two focuses on former Detroit Pistons shooter Joe Dumas, a quiet, unassuming player who became one of the team's top scorers. He was selected as an NBA All-Star six times, and was the MVP of the 1989 Finals. After retirement, he was elected to be the Pistons' Director of Player Personnel, and he reveals his talents both on and off the court here, as he accurately imparts the conditioning, techniques, and dedication needed to become a top player in the NBA.