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The Last Dance

I'm guessing it will be the best sports related tv that we are going to see for a while.

No better dynasty than the 90's Bullspeace_5

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Can you imagine if MJ started his career when LeBron did?  He is and was a horrific human being when he played and now, on and off the court. He was very lucky to start when he did, he would but hated by vast majority if he didn’t.  I won’t watch a second of it.  Peace emoticon.

 
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Quote Originally Posted by benhogan76:

Can you imagine if MJ started his career when LeBron did?  He is and was a horrific human being when he played and now, on and off the court. He was very lucky to start when he did, he would but hated by vast majority if he didn’t.  I won’t watch a second of it.  Peace emoticon.

 

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Quote Originally Posted by benhogan76:

Can you imagine if MJ started his career when LeBron did?  He is and was a horrific human being when he played and now, on and off the court. He was very lucky to start when he did, he would but hated by vast majority if he didn’t.  I won’t watch a second of it.  Peace emoticon.

You're saying that MJ is lucky to have started in an era where teams still played defense?

 
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Quote Originally Posted by undermysac:

Quote Originally Posted by benhogan76: Can you imagine if MJ started his career when LeBron did?  He is and was a horrific human being when he played and now, on and off the court. He was very lucky to start when he did, he would but hated by vast majority if he didn’t.  I won’t watch a second of it.  Peace emoticon. You're saying that MJ is lucky to have started in an era where teams still played defense?

This is interesting. Someone needs to do a deep deep breakdown of defense in the 90's. Because 50% of people say defense was great back then and the other 50% say defense was bad as the athletes suck. 

 
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I have Tiger. Michael and Brady top 3 all time. I can not split Tiger and Michael for the greatest of of all time. 

 

 
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Quote Originally Posted by sundance:

I have Tiger. Michael and Brady top 3 all time. I can not split Tiger and Michael for the greatest of of all time.

i got gretzky phelps and bolt an_worship

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and money may 

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and money may

 

He's not even the best boxer ever....Fought all his tough opponents when they were past their peak...Floyd is a very calculated fighter...

 
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Quote Originally Posted by benhogan76:

Can you imagine if MJ started his career when LeBron did?  He is and was a horrific human being when he played and now, on and off the court. He was very lucky to start when he did, he would but hated by vast majority if he didn’t.  I won’t watch a second of it.  Peace emoticon.

Right? Elbron Hubbard is hate by many and all he does is play the game right and make stupid taco tuesday instagram posts. Ton of charitable work. Jordan is universally loved and, well.....

 
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Why is MJ such a bad guy? 

When it comes to work ethic and leadership, he's not much different than Tom Brady. Both guys expect nothing short of being the best at all times, and same goes for what they expect from their team mates. They are the GOATS in their respective sports.

 

 
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MJ is donating all proceeds from Last Dance to charity

 
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Quote Originally Posted by undermysac:

Why is MJ such a bad guy?  When it comes to work ethic and leadership, he's not much different than Tom Brady. Both guys expect nothing short of being the best at all times, and same goes for what they expect from their team mates. They are the GOATS in their respective sports.

crickets eh Sac?

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Quote Originally Posted by undermysac: Why is MJ such a bad guy?  When it comes to work ethic and leadership, he's not much different than Tom Brady. Both guys expect nothing short of being the best at all times, and same goes for what they expect from their team mates. They are the GOATS in their respective sports. crickets eh Sac?

Wait till the young dudes(who never seen the 90's Bulls or MJ play) finish the series. It will be enlightening. 

After two episodes I have to say that the story is being portrayed exceptionally well. Good production.

 
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MJ and Lebron seem to be the only 2 in the conversation for the GOAT of the NBA. Feels like Kobe is usually passed over in this conversation. I think he at least should have a foothold in such discussions.

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Phil Jackson coached for 20 years and never had a losing season.

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Quote Originally Posted by undermysac:

Quote Originally Posted by benhogan76: Can you imagine if MJ started his career when LeBron did?  He is and was a horrific human being when he played and now, on and off the court. He was very lucky to start when he did, he would but hated by vast majority if he didn’t.  I won’t watch a second of it.  Peace emoticon. You're saying that MJ is lucky to have started in an era where teams still played defense?

 

None of today's sneaker models would have been able to play a 7 game series vs the Bad Boy Pistons ....

Today's cucks get their feelings hurt on Instagram 

 
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You'll never see any player get such attention as "the Jordan rules" or "hack a Shaq" in the nba again imo.

 
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Quote Originally Posted by undermysac:

Phil Jackson coached for 20 years and never had a losing season.

I forgot to mention 11 championships in 20 years. He's batting .550 in the ring department. Let that sink in.

1155-485 career W/L record

He won 6 nba championships in a row from 1995 to 2001 with 2 teams.

 
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Here's how today's nba stars get open, and how they are fouled. Notice that swarming defense of 1 on 1 where the other four players just stand around.

 
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