The Drew League has been around for more than 40 years now. It was established in South Central Los Angeles all the way back in 1973 by Alvin Willis, who wanted to use the summer basketball league to try and improve the surrounding neighborhood. But he probably never imagined that it'd grow to be as big as it is today. It frequently attracts the likes of Kevin Durant, James Harden, and Kobe Bryant during the NBA offseason and clips of Drew League highlights have become commonplace on the Internet during the summertime.
With that in mind, Baron Davis—who has dominated games at the Drew League in the past—just put together a crowd-funded documentary called The Drew: No Excuse, Just Produce in an effort to take a closer look at what the league is all about. We caught up with him recently to talk about his experiences with "The Drew," the documentary, and the best (and worst) kinds of streetball players. Check out the clip above to see what he had to say.