Outside of the Pistons Bad Boys documentary, this was my favorite, even without Chris Webber. That is what surprised me most is that Webber was the best player on the team, and a gregarious person but refused to participate so you wondered going in how they could do this without him. Well, Jalen Rose made that a reality.
Rose, Juwan Howard, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson offered extraordinarily candid insight and bluntly honest answers about Michigan making a fortune off them, their plain blue shirt protest, the first game Coach Steve Fisher announced Ray Jackson would start with Rose, Howard, King and Webber, their fashion impact that is felt to this day, Webber's timeout, and, the alleged payments to Webber that tainted their Final Four and back to back championship game appearances.
What was impressive is what I mentioned earlier, the candid, honest answers they gave, in particular about Webber. They showed love, immense respect, and didn't bash him, but they answered incredibly well without making him look bad, but not hiding what they knew.