ESPN The Last Dance Documentary

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ESPN is running a 10-part series on the 98 Chicago Bulls. Probably the biggest pop cultural phenom in American sports history. Juuuuust making a thread so that thoughts can be collected from this amazing bunch.
 
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Hoshi

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Looking forward to this. Wish it was all up at once. Think its two episodes a week
 

Deebo

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Show dem balls bro
Would really appreciate it if somebody out there in Hollywood land threw some love George Gerwin's way. As bad a motherfucker he was back then nobody seems to even know his name now-a-days. :verysad
 

tezel8764

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It's sad watching this seeing those surrounding NBA culture who have passed on; Craig Sager, Stuart Scott, Kobe Bryant etc.

@V-2 You still around man? There was a user who used to be around here (I forgot his name) but he hated MJ, the posts he made to troll were hilarious.
 
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The Bulls were so overexposed for so long that I am not into this one that much. They and their story were everywhere. I guess with nothing else going on will probably watch some.
 
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Would really appreciate it if somebody out there in Hollywood land threw some love George Gerwin's way. As bad a motherfucker he was back then nobody seems to even know his name now-a-days. :verysad

Scoring machine for sure. he kind of kills the legend that the 1980's and 90's were too physical for today's player. He scored a ton of points and probably weighed about 180 pounds.
 

Deebo

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Show dem balls bro
Scoring machine for sure. he kind of kills the legend that the 1980's and 90's were too physical for today's player. He scored a ton of points and probably weighed about 180 pounds.
In the '80's when Doctor J turned into Dr. Chapstick and the most famous basketball players you knew were Meadowlark Lemon, Goose and Curly kids who actually played ball loved the "Iceman". Kareem turned into a kung fu movie star back then for christs sake.Nobody since then could time the finger roll like that. Nobody. :bart
 
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Scoring machine for sure. he kind of kills the legend that the 1980's and 90's were too physical for today's player. He scored a ton of points and probably weighed about 180 pounds.
The craziness didn't really take off until the mid 80s when motherfuckers would just knock you out of the sky and get a regular ass foul called for it. These era arguments are kind of goofy. These guys would be different in different eras. You flop because it works and you get away with it. If you have to take hard fouls all day and you can't do anything about it but play hard, you adjust to that atmosphere.
 

Bachafach^^^

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The craziness didn't really take off until the mid 80s when motherfuckers would just knock you out of the sky and get a regular ass foul called for it. These era arguments are kind of goofy. These guys would be different in different eras. You flop because it works and you get away with it. If you have to take hard fouls all day and you can't do anything about it but play hard, you adjust to that atmosphere.