Isiah Thomas on 'The Jordan Rules' with Chris Broussard following 'The Last Dance'
Isiah Thomas joins Chris Broussard following 'The Last Dance' and breaks down the so-called 'Jordan Rules' the Pistons used to beat Michael Jordan. Thomas and the Pistons believed Jordan was not nearly as good going left, so they would pressure his right hand side and force him left into a double team. Thomas believed Jordan to be a reluctant passer, in any situation.
Isiah Thomas joins Stephen A. Smith and Max Kellerman on First Take to respond to Michael Jordan's comments about the Detroit Pistons walking off of the court without shaking hands following the 1991 NBA Eastern Conference finals.IT also shares how he was able to move on from his rivalry with NBA legend Larry Bird.
✔️ First Take reacts to newly-surfaced audio of Michael Jordan contradicting his "Last Dance" comments about Isiah Thomas and the 1992 USA Dream Team.
✔️ Chris Broussard goes 1-on-1 with NBA Veteran David Aldridge, opening up about his thoughts on ‘The Last Dance' and his relationship with Michael Jordan! Isiah Thomas explains the impact of his decision to not shake the hands with the Chicago Bulls after the 1991 NBA Eastern Conference finals and suggests the incident had something to do with him not making the dream team.