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@jpbreezybro It's not just that you read the article, but that you (and I) UNDERSTOOD the article. The rest of these bozos have a "pre-existing condition" -- specifically myopia.
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@sashaseyb You and I are the ONLY two people commenting intelligently on the article and on Bird. Which is why I'm going back to my bunker now. Adios mofos.
@MarkMcDermott Mark, Mark, Mark. Take off your opaque glasses. MJ wasn't too bright???? Again, ask Larry. In the meantime, here's who Jordan's Bulls "had to go through" on the way to their six championships: the LA Lakers with Hall of Famer, Magic Johnson (my pick for greatest point guard ever); the Portland Trailblazers, with Hall of Famer Clyde Drexler; the Phoenix Suns, with Hall of Famer Charles Barkley; the Seattle Supersonics, with eventual Hall of Famer Gary Payton; the Utah Jazz (twice), with Hall of Famers John Stockton and Karl Malone (my pick for greatest power forward ever). Now, before you respond, have a cup of chamomile tea and relax, then allow calm wisdom to supply the appropriate words.
Bonus points (that I'm making): Larry Bird once made the single greatest pass I've ever seen. But it was so subtle, I couldn't be sure it was intentional. But because it was Larry who made it, I have to assume it was intended. Again: Bird is the greatest small forward ever. As for that dumb Jordan guy . . . somehow, he managed to be named Defensive Player of the Year in 1988. Hmmmmm . . . I wonder: Who do you suppose won "offensive player of the year" for that season? Indubitably, someone with no brains.
@MarkMcDermott Without question, Jordan's Bulls were not as good as Bird's Celtics -- IN THE 1980s. And on my personal all-time starting five, you'll find Bird listed as the small forward. But if you get the chance, go ask Larry who HE thinks is the greatest ever. Period.