For a team and an entire community on the Navajo Nation Reservation, the sport of basketball is much more than just a game. It unites a town and is the main source of entertainment in a remote part of northeast Arizona. It acts as a medicine for an area that's plagued by high alcohol, drug and suicide rates. Basketball provides an outlet for teenagers who are battling hardships at home and it offers an opportunity for players to leave the "Rez" and help their families. In Chinle, Arizona, it's Basketball or Nothing.