Dan Patrick: “All these mysteries and they continue, it's part of the mythology of Michael Jordan. Larger than life, these stories, where you here it and you don’t believe it. Oh this is why he played baseball. You hear but you don’t believe it. The flu game, now the food poisoning game, you hear it but you don’t believe it. Trying to separate fact from fiction here is part of the fascination with Michael Jordan. For me it was just a reminder, just a nudge to say ‘Just in case you forgot how exciting he was, how dominating, how demanding he was and what his world looked like,’ it was a not so subtle reminder of that last night. And if you are from a younger generation and just learning about Jordan now seeing it instead of watching YouTube clips, I think you got a better sense of exactly who this guys was and why he was such a force.” (Full Video Above)
Listen to Dan Patrick explain why he thinks ESPN's 'The Last Dance' documentary solidies Michael Jordan's immaculate legacy to a young generation of NBA fans who never saw MJ play, as Dan details why everyone under the age of 30 needed to be taught a history lesson of how truly larger than life Jordan was as a basketball player in the 80's and 90's.