Chris Broussard: “They left this out of the documentary… We were sold that there was this independent documentary and there was this great footage they have of Jordan and the Bulls from their last season together, and it’s gonna be this tell-all about Michael Jordan. Don’t get me wrong, I love it, but Michael Jordan has control of this. You’re not going to see anything in this documentary that he doesn’t allow you to see, because without him they wouldn’t even be allowed to release this stuff. Like every human being, he’s not going to put stuff in there that makes him look terrible… The painted it out in the context that the Pistons just walked by the Bulls bench and it really made them look unsportsmanlike... But what they failed to mention was that the day before, Michael Jordan had said at practice that the Pistons were undeserving champions and ‘bad for basketball.’ So Isiah Thomas and the Pistons are looking at it like ‘not only are they going to beat us, but they’re trying to wipe away what we did, and that we weren’t legit.’ I’m not excusing what was done, but you can understand how dudes could be upset knowing what Jordan said. It’s important we see the whole picture.” (Full Audio Above)
Listen to Chris Broussard explain why he thinks the Detroit Pistons walked off the court without shaking hands with the Chicago Bulls after suffering their 1991 Eastern Conference Finals sweep, as Chris says ESPN’s ‘The Dance Last Dance’ documentary, essentially edited by Michael Jordan himself, left out a key detail in episode 4.
Check out the audio above as Chris details what had occurred before Game 4 that had the Pistons really ticked off.