At All Costs is a documentary set in the world of elite youth grassroots basketball that explores how the AAU system has professionalized youth basketball in America. We follow highly recruited ‘blue chip’ prospects, their families, and their teams as they navigate the shaky terrain of the AAU circuit in pursuit of their dreams.
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