‘The Last Dance’ is most-watched documentary content in ESPN history

22 Avril, 2020, 02:41 | Auteur: Christine Menetries
  • ‘The Last Dance’ is most-watched documentary content in ESPN history

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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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.

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