After the last two episodes of the last dance, all NBA members couldn’t resist expressing their sweet and sour feelings.
Like all of us, the players were excited to take such a wonderful look at the epic journey of one of the greatest players of all time, if not the greatest, to Michael Jordan of the Chicago Bulls. However, no one denies that everyone is equally sad that the series has reached its inevitable end.
The overall impression that the series leaves on both players and fans is, as expected, an inexhaustible admiration for the one and only Jordaan. This sentiment is shared by a number of NBA players, including Dallas Maverick goalie Dallas Brunson, who unconsciously refused to sign Jordan’s name as a child.
I’m really sorry I turned down MJ ♂.
– 18. Jalenbrunson (@jalenbrunson1) May 2020.
M.J… …forever BRICK? TheLastDance?
– Harrison Barnes (@hbarnes) 18. May 2020.
I never had a chance to see M.J. when I was a kid, because I wasn’t born, but after seeing this documentary… …my love for M.J. has grown…
-Thank you MJ #TheLastDance
– @TraeYoung 18 May 2020
For guys like Larry Nance Jr. of the Cleveland Cavaliers, on the other hand, it was Utah jazz and the famous couple Carl Malone and John Stockton that attracted his attention the most.
I think Malone and Stockton need to talk more today… Ring or no ring. It is the leader of the NBA in terms of equipment and number two in terms of EVER points.
– Larry Nance Jr. (@Larrydn22) 18. May 2020.
The last dance offered NBA fans a great and unforgettable experience. The big props had to be sent to the whole team for a series of epic documentaries, and some players did it that way.
We are all grateful @jasonmhehir! !! #TheLastDance is an icon
– Jamal Crawford (@JCrossover) 18. May 2020.
Unbelievable. Thanks, man. The last dance.
– Bismackbiyombo (@bismackbiyombo) 18. May 2020.
IT WAS BEAUTIFUL!
– Jordan Bell (@1jordanbell) 18. May 2020.
This documentary film will remain a classic forever! Let’s get through this Sunday!
– Eric Easter (@epaschall) 18. May 2020.
– Kevin Love (@kevinlove) 18 May 2020
It was really epic and necessary to greet @espn #TheLastDance during this pandemic.
– Tobias Harris (@tobias31) 18. May 2020.
We needed that last dance.
– Robert Covington (@Holla_At_Rob33) 18. May 2020.
# TheLastDance #
– Paul Millsap (@Paulmillsap4) 18. May 2020.
– Lonzo ball (@ZO2_) 18. May 2020.
Amazing series of docks. Really inspiring #TheLastDance
– Victor Oladipo (@VicOladipo) 18. May 2020.
Excellent education for everyone who works in our circles.
– Mario Hezonja (@mariohezonja) 18. May 2020.
When the series ended, it left a lot to be desired by other NBA players for obvious reasons. I think the same can be said for the others.
Will there be another documentary film coming out soon? Questions about you and your friend
– CJ McCollum (@CJMcCollum) 18. May 2020.
Dr. MJ was special. They need to get Kobe back together as soon as possible.
– Tristan Thompson (@RealTristan13) 18. May 2020.
According to previous reports, L.A. Lakers legend Kobe Bryant also hired a camera crew to document his last season in the league. Maybe that’s what we’re looking forward to when we try to get rid of our hangover at the last dance.