Colin Cowherd: “Twenty-year-olds did not see Michael Jordan play Live, and now they’re going to see Jordan for the next five weeks. How do you think this plays for LeBron over the next six weeks, not playing and watching a Michael Jordan worship fest take over not only ESPN, but every sports debate show in the world?”
Doug Gottlieb: “When people see that last game (Bulls vs. Jazz, Game 6, 1998 NBA Finals), there’s just no way you can possibly have a discussion about LeBron being the greatest player of all time in comparison to Michael Jordan.” (Full Interview Above)
Listen to Doug Gottlieb and Colin Cowherd discuss the upcoming Michael Jordan documentary on ESPN that could go down as one of the most highly anticipated releases of a documentary in the history of television, not only because of its content, but because it will come out smack dab in the middle of a coronavirus pandemic that has sidelined all sports.
Check out the video above as Gottlieb details why the Jordan documentary will be an important history lesson to an entire young generation of fans who never saw Jordan play, and still believe LeBron James is the greatest NBA player of all time.