I never recommend a show on this site. If you are familiar with the ESPN series 30 For 30 you know it is a documentary or biopic on an interesting story that has sports implications. In the Stern World, Michael Rapaport directed one of those about the Knicks in the early 1970s. The episode I just watched is called Fantastic Lies which is about the Duke Lacrosse Team in 2005 where a number of players were wrongfully charged with rape. It has been over 10 years and I remember bits and pieces of the story. I remember Jesse Jackson jumping on the bandwagon stating that this was racially motivated. The last part I heard about it was a year later and that they were all innocent. This 30 For 30 episode is almost 2 hours long and I was glued to it. The scary part is how corrupt prosecutor's can be when they have determined they want to convict someone when they know the evidence isn't there. Check it out if you have On Demand. It is definitely one of the better episodes I have seen.