Heading into the 1987-88 season, the Arizona basketball program had lost three straight NCAA Tournament first-round games and were just five years removed from a 4-24 season. But led by head coach Lute Olson, and several future NBA players, including Steve Kerr and Sean Elliott, the Wildcats ripped off a 35-3 record in 87-88, reaching the Final Four for the first time in school history.
Since then, the 'Cats have been a college basketball powerhouse. They reached three more Final Fours and won a national title in 1997 under Olson, and have made the Elite Eight three of the last five seasons under head coach Sean Miller. To honor the impact the 1987-88 team had, brothers Brad and Sean P. Malone are co-producing and directing a documentary on the season, entitled simply "'88."
The film, which features interview footage with Olson, Kerr, Elliott and others, is still in the production phase, but the trailer for it has been dropped and it's well-done.
According to the documentary's official website, the Malone brothers are hoping to broadcast their work on a major cable network or major streaming service. Judging by the trailer, it looks like it's certainly worth watching.