NBA TV's new series "Toyota's Moving Forward Moments" will explore the lives of NBA players including Richard Jefferson (New Jersey Nets), Elton Brand (L.A. Clippers), T.J. Ford (Milwaukee Bucks) and rookie Chris Paul (New Orleans/Oklahoma City Hornets) before they achieved stardom along with the individuals who inspired and encouraged them. Hosted by Andre Aldridge, the show premiered Tuesday, Jan. 24, at 6 p.m. ET.

This half-hour series follows an NBA player returning to his hometown to surprise his mentor and to reminisce about the powerful influence that person had on his life. This reunion presents a unique opportunity to share their stories, experiences and ideals while touring the community in a new Toyota. In a surprising conclusion to each episode, NBA stars will display their appreciation for the community that supported them and the mentor that helped drive them towards their goals. Each mentor will be presented with a gift of the Toyota vehicle showcased during the tour as a sign of appreciation for the vital role that person played in the NBA player's life.

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Part 1
Part 1:
Chris Paul takes us back to Lewisville, North Carolina and his backyard battles with his brother C.J.

Part 2
Part 2:
Chris reflects on the life and tragic death of his grandfather, Nathaniel Jones, whom he honored by scoring 61 points, one point for each year of his grandfather's life, the day after his funeral.

Part 3
Part 3:
On Draft Day 2005, Chris had no idea where he would land, but looking back, he thinks the Hornets were the perfect situation for him. He has proven it by making an immediate impact on the franchise.

Part 4
Part 4:
Toyota helps Chris and his parents sponsor a scholarship to send a student from West Forsyth High School to Wake Forest University.