The Last Dance on ESPN Apr 19, 2020 22:14:36 GMT -5
Post by kingoftheindies on Apr 19, 2020 22:14:36 GMT -5
Oh I’m not denying any of THEIR talent, if anything they are under praised due to a lack of social media hype in their day. Those guys would dominate any era. If anything those guys would be more dominant today. I just find the narrative (usually pushes by old players turned commentators) that some guys today would somehow wither if a player was allowed to put a hand closer to their face etc
I think if nothing else there would be a huge culture shock to a lot of today's players with how the "tough love worked"... let alone the hard fouls of yester year.
On another note, Scottie was the 6th highest paid player on his team that final year. I know they mentioned he was not in the top 100 but he was paid less than Luc Longley. No wonder he was bitter.
I'm intrigued to see what the future episodes bring. They've made it quite clear that Krause wanted to rebuild at any cost, and part of me does feel bad that he doesn't get a chance to defend himself and I don't think many will defend his thinking in the documentary. At the same time I do want to see throughout how he managed to ruin THAT team so badly.
Also, I'm very amused by people who have grown up since 2000 being salty on social media bout how MJ is being celebrated.