(via Daily Telegraph)
In the context of a coronavirus pandemic, ESPN’s latest dance is the only thing people have been thinking about lately. More than 15 years after his retirement, Jordan is still a basketball superstar, and for the first time, this generation will see the look and feel of the era that rocked the NBA.
Today was only the first episode, and there will be many more in the future. The reaction of the audience to what they had just seen was of course very strong.
This is the best response on the Internet.
I have memories. The season 1997-98 was my first report.
– Brandon Scoop B Robinson, M.A. (@ScoopB) 20. April 2020.
Scotty Pippen played in the glory years of the Bulls on a seven-year, $18 million contract.
– Legion Rings (@Legion Rings) 20. April 2020.
Imagine if Bron, like Jordan, had a scholarship as part of his career.
– Happy Yankee (@notaburner) fan 20. April 2020
The best sports team of all time.
– Brad Smith (@BRADvsALL) 20. April 2020.
The first episode was solid gold!
– Thick sexy woman (@thick_hotwife) 20. April 2020.
The biggest take-out of episode one: The owner of the Bulls, Jerry Rainsdorf, recently had the guts to announce that all players of the Bulls, except Michael, were at the end of their careers and that it was time to rebuild them after 1998. WHAT?!?!?!?! I WAS THERE. THIS TEAM WOULD HAVE WON TWO MORE.
– 20. Skip Bayless (@RealSkipBayless). April 2020.
It is clear that this documentary works more for Scotty Pippen than any other. People are starting to realize how undervalued he is.
The fans have had their say and negotiations are likely to intensify in the coming days. I hope this is a good answer to everything that’s happening in the world right now.