“Man, I’m ecstatic,” Michael Jordan told ESPN’s Scott Van Pelt after viewing the first two episodes of “The Last Dance,” destined to become a sports documentary classic.
Panthers owner David Tepper made a promise to fans this season that he would not stand for the constant mediocrity that has plagued the Panthers organization since its inception in 1995.
"Concussions. Arrests. Even those HGH rumors. This brutal display of athletics on the game's biggest stage has done more to tarnish our sport than any of those other issues," said commissioner Roger Goodell. "Hell, the fact I'm still running this league should be the most embarrassing part of today's festivities. But now? Nope. Not even close."
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"I've been hearing a lot about how the young kids like the dabbing nowadays, and I think they'll really feel pretty 'dabbed' about hearing a hip, cool announcer using their 'lingo' during the biggest television event of the year," Nantz was overheard telling a young intern with a media pass.
"Michael Jordan is unquestionably the greatest basketball player ever, and I taught him a lot to help him grow into a champion," Jackson shared. "But don't you dare think for one minute I had any influence on the way that guy ruins, I mean, runs a basketball team."
I never dreamed we could get this far in such a short time,” Jordan told the Charlotte Observer. “When we won two games in a row during the final week of last season, beating the Wizards and Hornets, I knew we would earn this respect.”