Jordan took an unflinching stance in Episode 2 of the documentary series "The Last Dance" when addressing then-teammate Scottie Pippen's decision to delay foot surgery until shortly before the 1997-98 season. "The Last Dance" averaged 6.1 million viewers for episodes 1 and 2 across ESPN & ESPN2 from 9-11 p.m. ET. "He could've got his surgery done as soon as the season was over and be ready for the season", Michael Jordan countered in the documentary. What Scottie was trying to do was trying to force management to change his contract.
However, Kerr, who famously tangled with Jordan in a 1995 training camp, disagreed with Jordan's position in an interview with Rachel Nichols that aired Tuesday on ESPN's "The Jump".
"Everyone respected Scottie so much", Kerr said. Norfolk, Virginia drew a 4.9 rating to crack the top five. Jordan's fire never turned off. Kerr and the other players were competitors, but this team was going to be judged on what happened in the playoffs and not in November and December, if Pippen was going to miss that time so be it. So we all felt for him, nobody resented him for having that surgery.
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He additionally mentioned the United Kingdom was in "direct talks" with firms overseas to purchase objects, particularly in China. Health Secretary Matt Hancock speaking during a media briefing in Downing Street, London, on coronavirus (COVID-19).
Kerr also addressed the different scrutiny faced by those Bulls and his similarly dominant Golden State Warriors team in an era of 24-hour media and Twitter.
When you're arguably the best basketball player of all time, I think you're allowed to be a little arrogant, but over the years, plenty of evidence has emerged to suggest MJ skews toward the "raging asshole" end of the spectrum thanks to stories about his bad tipping etiquette, his refusal to take a photo with Chamillionaire, and a Hall of Fame speech that was primarily fueled by pettiness.
But Kerr also pointed to the toll that attention can take on a player.
However, Singapore , with a total 5.6 million inhabitants, has also been carrying out the most amount of tests in the region. Mild cases will be housed either on site, in a separate facility within the dorm, or in community care facilities elsewhere.
The crumbling oil market helped drag stocks to their second straight day of losses, and the S&P 500 was down 2.9%, as of 2:49 p.m. In Asia, Tokyo's Nikkei 225 fell 1.3% to 19,419.07 while the Hang Seng index in Hong Kong lost 1.9% to 23,875.03.
In Europe markets finished lower, as Britain's FTSE-100 fell 2.96%, France's CAC-40 tumbled 3.77% and Germany's DAX dropped 3.99%. So few buyers were interested that the price of the contracts flipped negative, with sellers paying to get rid of them.
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Now the actress is all set to have a discussion about the same with World Health Organization (WHO) director-general Dr. The actress will be discussing the impact of the pandemic on mental health, the measures being taken to combat it.
However, the study also noted there were limitations since it only focused on men, the majority of whom were black. There were more deaths among those given hydroxychloroquine versus standard care, researchers report.
In addition to their work on Sony's Venom , Scott Rosenberg and Jeff Pinkner also co-wrote the new Jumanji films for the studio. In 2012, the comic was published on Shueisha's Young Jump Next, illustrated by Yusuke Murata along with ONE .
He said, "the migrant workers, let me emphasise again, we will care for you like we care for Singaporeans". PM Loong had earlier warned the number of cases would rise as Singapore undertakes aggressive testing.
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Japan's Nikkei fell 0.9 percent and Shanghai blue chips 2.4 percent even as China cut benchmark interest rates as widely expected. MSCI's broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan eased 0.2% in slow trade, pausing after five straight weeks of gains.
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Bodies were also found at other locations and buildings set on fire. "It's too early to tell what the motivation was", he said. Premier Stephen McNeil said the province's emergency alert system wasn't used because no request was received.
Patriots, Joe Thuney not close on long-term deal
The 6-foot-5 Thuney, drafted with the 78th overall pick in 2016, has started all 64 games in his National Football League career. A long-term deal would bring that cap number down, but Mike Reiss of ESPN reports that the two sides are not close on a deal.