Again, to judge MJ as the greatest is a profound compliment. But, players of the 80s and 90s were not better, tougher, more competitive than today’s players. Or, were players of the 60s, flying commercial and playing for peanuts, better than players of the 80s and 90s? (4 of 4)
Two quick observations: 1. @dariusperry is a great addition to @UCF_MBB and 2. I need a better backdrop for these. Just focus on 1 right now and I will on 2.
The 9th Circuit Court of Appeals affirms that the NCAA violated federal antitrust law, yet again. After players are allowed NIL rights, expect more legal challenges, and for O’Bannon and Alston to be challenged. https://t.co/RtmfyPffSs
RIP Tony Yates.
Tony Yates, standout player and coach, passed away Saturday at the age of 82. Yates played in three NCAA title games during his Bearcats career. He was inducted into the UC Athletics Hall of Fame in 1985 and the Ohio Basketball Hall of Fame in 2020. 📝: https://t.co/vsP824qrqk https://t.co/NAamvokbyl
MJ is the best ever. That is an enormous compliment given the greatness of others. Yet, some say today’s players wouldn’t be dominant in the 80s and 90s? Not true. Or, do we similarly believe 80s and 90s players wouldn’t be dominant in the 60s? Today’s player is better than ever.
RT @Jammer2233: Tomorrow is my wife & I’s anniversary A year ago today, I surprised my wife with this video at our rehearsal dinner. It took forever to get all family, friends, & celebs, but was a very special moment that we will always cherish. Here’s to a great year of marriage ❤️ https://t.co/hgoJhKbkgr