The game of basketball has a long history, and the popular sport has stolen the hearts of people not only here in the U.S. but all across the globe. ESPN is detailing it all in its new film "Basketball: a Love Story," a 20-hour, 10-part documentary featuring all many of the most important people to impact the game. Earl "The Pearl" Monroe, who won the championship with the New York Knicks in the 1972-73 season, worked as a producer on the film. He told Cheddar how the sport has transcended the game, having a major influence on elements of culture such as style, race relations, business, and philanthropy.