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John Salley's Contradiction on the greatest player ever

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Published on Aug 15, 2012

Now all of a sudden John Salley's opinion ranks higher than proven Hall of Fame players. Ok, so for him to say Magic is fine, but that goes in part with Det not being able to beat the Lakers, and the Lakers were able to beat their big brother. The Celtics were their big brother and the team they had a hard time finally beating, so for him to say Larry Bird makes sense. I've beat on a lot of cats, but it didn't mean a thing until I beat my big brother. Hakeem was the toughest person he had to guard, true, Hakeem is great and also all that says is that he didn't guard Mike which is true. Isiah is the greatest person he played with, he sticking up for his boy, but I also agree with that statement cuz he didn't play when he was with the Bulls or the Lakers, he was Juwan Howard on the oak collecting rings and keeping seats warm. Also lets ask Stark, Oakley & Ewing how MJ feels about going left. And last but not least, if hand checking made MJ a better defender, then doesn't that mean the people guarding him were made better as well??? And if it's all about hand checking, then that s**ts on GP "the glove" as well as 2 of his teammates Rodman & Dumars who guarded Jordan. I don't recall the Bird Rules or the Magic Rules, however I do recall the Jordan Rules. And by the way, Mike was still killing Detroit, it was just a lil harder cuz they hacked him. And Scottie Pippen was scared in his younger years.

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