James Naismith is one of the most iconic names in sports history, and his name holds significantly more weight in Lawrence, Kan., than anywhere else in the world.
Naismith built the University of Kansas basketball program, paving the way for legends such as Forrest "Phog" Allen, Wilt Chamberlain and Danny Manning to put their mark on the greatest college basketball town in the country.
Naismith's original rules of basketball sold for $4.34 million nearly two years ago.
ESPN's 30 for 30 series will document Kansas basketball—in particular the importance of those rules and the path they took to return home to to Allen Fieldhouse—in the film There's No Place Like Home, to be shown on Oct. 16.
This film's trailer certainly gave some Jayhawk fans goosebumps and only furthered the excitement for the upcoming 2012-13 season.
Here is a look at three additional videos that will get fans pumped for another season of basketball at Allen Fieldhouse.