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Rudy T didn’t watch the last dance, rather play golf

Discussion in 'Houston Rockets: Game Action & Roster Moves' started by tinman, May 12, 2020.

  1. jim1961

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    I would rather watch Granville Waiters than more MJ at this point.
     
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    Let's go roaches!

    DD
     
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    Rudy t has every right to be playing golf before weather gets unbareable.

    The 98 game 6 against pacers really ran Jordan into the ground. Everyone could see Jordan lost a step yet Jordan found a way even after that game 6 lost to pacers.
     
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    So far it's alright. It gets boring at time, but I think they do as good as a job as they can. I mean, the Bulls are the ultimate dynasty in sports in our lives. 6 championships in 8 years is remarkable. But I do think it's too many episodes.
     
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    They would make 300 episodes if they could

    It’s called money and ratings

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    That's exactly what I'm doing, Rudy.
     
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    Jordan might just be a complete psycopath based on this list. Definitely to be admired from a distance.
    https://bleacherreport.com/articles...el-jordan-being-the-greatest-jerk-of-all-time

    I'd like to add that Michael Jordan tipped me $3 and happy face sticker for delivering his dry cleaned clothes as a Ritz Carlton Resident back in 2001.... Kinda cheapish but whatever...
     
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    Agreed with admiring from a distance.

    My issue is if anyone acted like this in any workplace outside of sports, they would receive a different reaction. Because he was so iconic and because he was famous, I feel he def got away with so much that even other FAMOUS people would've been thrown out for. Some of my friends that are diehard fans, if I acted this way to them on a daily basis, would hate me yet they still defend MJ with their life. Makes no sense. That's just my opinion though, not trying to offend anyone who's a huge fan.
     
  9. bloodwings19

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    I only watched when MJ was asked if he was a nice guy. There is a say nice guys finish last, I guess Jordan is right. Actually, I'm using MJ to gain some money for food on eBay. I rather used MJ to my benefit than watch a show that benefits his legacy. They would rather do a show on Barkley than Olajuwon, or Stockton/Malone than Olajuwon. I don't watch ESPN, or SportsCenter anymore, why start now?!?!?!?!?
     
  10. smoothie_king

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    The last dance has remnants of Michael wilbon written all over it.
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    Wouldn't be surprised if Wilbon's salary is getting covered from the proceeds!
     
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