Breaking Records. Breaking the Establishment.
|While the Vietnam War, the Civil Rights movement and political scandal were consuming the nation, a basketball legacy grew in southern California. Led by coach John Wooden, the UCLA Bruins amassed an unprecedented ten NCAA titles in the 12 season from 1964-1975, setting a standard of excellence and consistency in a volatile country. Capturing the spirit of the era through the comments of former team members, student, commentators, and coach Wooden himself, along with archival footage, THE UCLA SYNASTY sheds light on the advent of the college basketball craze. The UCLS juggernaut triggered unprecedented national interest in the sport and the NCAA tournament grew at a pace never before seen.|