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    OT/ The Last Dance

    Anybody watch this on Netflix?

    Probably the greatest sports documentary I've ever seen - and I've never cared much for basketball previously.

    Also, if you haven't watched it, the Bobby Robson documentary is on Netflix as well. Really well put together.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieG View Post
    Anybody watch this on Netflix?

    Probably the greatest sports documentary I've ever seen - and I've never cared much for basketball previously.

    Also, if you haven't watched it, the Bobby Robson documentary is on Netflix as well. Really well put together.
    Brilliant! Iíve been watching every week.

    I didnít realise how much of a d1ckhead & a bully Michael Jordan was to his teammates. Eye opener.

    Dennis Rodman >>>>> Joe Exotic

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    Quote Originally Posted by BenArfa10 View Post
    Brilliant! I’ve been watching every week.

    I didn’t realise how much of a d1ckhead & a bully Michael Jordan was to his teammates. Eye opener.

    Dennis Rodman >>>>> Joe Exotic
    Haha yes, he is definitely the bulls' Joe Exotic.

    I gotta say with regards to Michael, I think he had to be that way in order to be as dominant as he was. He could probably be very unpleasant, but in my view most of his teammates seem to acknowledge that he did make them better because he held them to such high standards. I think there have been bigger divas in the history of sports than MJ. And he is probably the greatest to have played the game.

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    now you've mentioned it, I''l give it a watch over the weekend

    and Sir Bob too

    cheers

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieG View Post
    Anybody watch this on Netflix?

    Probably the greatest sports documentary I've ever seen - and I've never cared much for basketball previously.

    Also, if you haven't watched it, the Bobby Robson documentary is on Netflix as well. Really well put together.
    I have got 2 or 3 bobby documentaries , all are great, i have seen the basketball one on Netflix but never watched it, i will give it a look though.

    That tiger thing, its supposed to be mint but im one of those people who will refuse to watch something when i get it rammed down my throat.

    Game of thrones
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    two and a half men

    had them all thrown in my face and never will see them because of it.

    I know im a dick, but its just the way i am.

    The best Bobby documentary is the one the BBC did called "just call me Bobby"

    i dont mind the docs by Steven Greer but he is one egotistical ****, interesting though

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    Quote Originally Posted by HughieG View Post
    Haha yes, he is definitely the bulls' Joe Exotic.

    I gotta say with regards to Michael, I think he had to be that way in order to be as dominant as he was. He could probably be very unpleasant, but in my view most of his teammates seem to acknowledge that he did make them better because he held them to such high standards. I think there have been bigger divas in the history of sports than MJ. And he is probably the greatest to have played the game.
    There are other great players out there who don't need to be bullies to their teammates to spur them on and improve them. By all means train as hard as the real thing but no need to be the way he was. He tries justify it saying that's how everyone was going to get close to his level. That is utter nonsense. There is more than one way to inspire your teammates to achieve greatness and leave blood sweat and tears on the court.

    The greatest to play the game, absolutley! There is a reason why he said everyone will hate him after this series comes out. The guy knows he was a d1ckhead and a bully. It took someone standing up to him to put him in his place. Funny how bullies pick on those they think are too weak or too polite to fight back. Now he says it was so they would become better players....getaway man. He just enjoyed being a d!ck.

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