Kenny Anderson was once one of the most sought after basketball players in the country, but after retiring as an NBA All-Star and losing his mother, he bottomed out when a DUI charge cost him a coaching position. Struggling with his post-NBA identity and fading fame, Anderson says he is still a "work in progress," and in a new documentary, "Mr. Chibbs," he discusses some of his toughest issues, from alleging he had been molested as a kid, to the excessive drinking rumors, to filing for bankruptcy.
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