The first out of the acclaimed ESPN 30 for 30 series I have watched, but it won't be the last. Len Bias should have been a talent to rival Michael Jordon, but instead, just days after being drafted by the Celtics, died from a cocaine overdose. A tragedy on many levels that affected not just his family, but a generation of people and whose death reverberates to this day. With archival footage and new interviews, it's really a snapshot of his life - one that was taken away far too early. Here's to hoping that the subsequent documentaries in this series are just as interesting and well-made as this one.