^ I'll have to check that out this weekend.
The English Game on Netflix was enjoyable.
Also The Last Dance - the story of Micheal Jordan & the Bulls history in the 80s - 90s. The dedication, the visualization, the commitment, but most importantly was the connection of every part of that team which made them so spectacular.
The way MJ could fly and do what he did, in my mind; he tapped into a part of his brain that we all hold but rarely tap into, that power
The coach, Phil Jackson that brought Native American & Buddhism teachings into practice. He taught them to practice “oneness”
To Scottie Pippen & Dennis Rodman - each expressing themselves made this powerhouse team.
This was why they were & did nothing that anyone had up into that time.
And to this day, there has been no one more famous than MJ - and I don’t think there ever will be - at least not in my lifetime.
Also noted while watching - the 90s was the best period of time in basketball. And I am so glad I got to experience it with my teenage son, who loved Carolina Tarheels and MJ.
"Be Like Mike".