‘The Last Dance’ was a gift to us, with wonderful lessons weaved into it – of sacrifice, of frustrations, of trials and triumphs, of leadership, of love, of life itself. You want to succeed in life? Be like Mike.
In business, to succeed—let alone be the best—companies need teams that think the same way as Jordan. They need players that aren’t afraid of being pushed and challenged, and that don’t back down when the going gets tough.
The PBA wants to regain its former glory? It only has to take a look at its own history. And learn the lessons from the gladiators of the Crispa-Toyota era.
To determine MY GOAT, I tried to think of a set of criteria from which to base my judgement. To do this, I thought that statistical analysis would be the best way to go. However, I realized that these figures must be subjected to generational differences as well. Both players are admittedly the best in their generation, but the generational style and rules will render the comparison quite subjective. I’ve got my GOAT. Who you got?
The 2019-2020 NBA Season was supposed to usher in the start of a new era, of new alliances and new rivalries. Instead, it was marred by the unwelcome entry of a pandemic that is now threatening to make the season an unfinished one.
“The Last Dance” features candid insights and never-before seen footages of the Bulls during the tumultuous season. In showing the series, the NBA stated that “this project celebrates one of the greatest players and dynasties ever, and we hope it can serve as a unifying entertainment experience to fill the role that sports often play in our lives, telling a story that will captivate everyone, not just sports fans.” Watch it and be regaled.