Hall of Famer Isiah Thomas went up against some all-time greats during his NBA career.
During a recent interview with CBS Sports, Thomas, who played for the Detroit Pistons from 1981-94, was asked to list the five greatest players that he ever competed against, and his rankings may make you think that his bitterness towards Chicago Bulls legend Michael Jordan still lives on.
Jordan, who is considered the greatest basketball player in league history, finished fourth on Thomas’ list. He had Kareem Abdul-Jabbar, Larry Bird and Magic Johnson ranked ahead of Jordan, with Julius Erving finishing fifth.
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