Isiah’s response:

“In terms of how we felt at that particular time as champions, we were coming down, Michael Jordan was coming up. And in coming up, you have certain emotions. And in coming down as champions, you have certain emotions. And I’ve said this a many of times: Looking back over the years, had we had the opportunity to do it all over again, I think all of us would make a different decision.

“Now, me, myself, personally, I paid a heavy price for that decision. And in paying that price, you know, I understand that this is the sports world and everything else, but at the same time looking back over in terms of how we felt at that particular time, our emotional state and how we exited the floor, we actually gave the world the opportunity to look at us in a way that we never really tried to position ourselves in or project ourselves in that way. So it’s unfortunate that it happened, but that’s just how it was during that period of time.”

This documentary has been the perfect filler for the entire sports world is postponement. 

ESPN’s The Last Dance, the 10-part documentary on Jordan and the Bulls’ 1997-98 season, airs on Sunday nights through May 17th. 

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