Hosted by television and sports personality Pat O'Brien, the AP SPORTS BASKETBALL series takes an in-depth look at the stars of the NBA. With an engaging soundtrack, 3-D digital graphics, thrilling NBA photographs, and interviews with the players and their peers, each biography provides an in-depth portrait of its subject, as both individual and as a player. Volume Three traces the career of Clyde "The Glide" Drexler, one of the game's all-time greatest guards. After putting in 11 years with the Portland Trail Blazers, during which time he was a perennial All-Star and a member of the winning Dream Team of the 1992 Barcelona Olympics, he joined the Houston Rockets and shot to the top. It was with his hometown Houston team that he won the NBA Championship, and in 1996 he gained the distinction of being named one of the 50 Greatest Players in NBA History. Known for his effortless flight through the air as he swooped toward the basket, Drexler reveals here the conditioning, dedication, and mental rigor it takes to develop skills of his caliber.