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We went behind the scenes during the filming of ESPN's documentary, "Baltimore Boys," which chronicles the undefeated Dunbar High School boys basketball teams of 1981-1983.  (Kevin Richardson / Baltimore Sun video)

ESPN's "Baltimore Boys" documentary aired Tuesday night, chronicling the journey of what many consider to be the best high school basketball team to ever take the court.

The "30 for 30" film features the undefeated Dunbar High School boys basketball teams of 1981-1983. Containing future NBA talent such as Reggie Lewis, Reggie Williams, Tyrone "Muggsy" Bogues and David Wingate, the teams managed to win 59 straight games over the course of two seasons between 1981 and 1983.

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Here are some of the best reactions from Twitter during the film's debut:

ESPN's "Baltimore Boys" is an outstanding sports film. But its real power is the sociology and sensitivity it brings to this saga of achievement that started at Dunbar High.

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