Child finally has his first basketball and walks briskly onto the court. On the court, he goes to shoot the ball and misses. Upset with his failure to make the hoop, he turns to leave. As he begins to leave he stops, takes a deep breath, turns around and shoots one more time. The ball is in the air and goes into the hoop.
There to get the ball is the child in his teenage years. He begins to run multiple drills on the court. It’s early in the morning, which shows the boy’s determination and love for the game. Training so hard, he stops to look at the time. Notices that he needs to leave for school. Grabs his back pack, gets in his car and drives away.
The scene changes to a parking garage. A car drives in, different than the car that drove off, a much nicer car. The car parks and turns off. Door opens and a leg comes out. By the looks of the pants, this is a well-dressed gentleman, wearing Hoop Culture socks. The teenager is now an adult and a successful athlete. The adult gets out of the vehicle, grabs his backpack and basketball and begins to walk peacefully out of the parking garage.
Scene fades out and HOOP CULTURE fades in. This is the end of the video.