Isiah Thomas w/Chris Broussard explains why Pistons didn't shake hands with the Bulls
Chris Broussard chats with Isiah Thomas after the first two episodes of 'The Last Dance' and explains why some Detroit Piston Players walked off the court and didn't shake hands after the Bulls defeated them in the 1991 Conference Finals. Thomas also delves into why he believes the perception of the 'Bad Boy' Pistons is all wrong.
Tony Reali, Mina Kimes, Tim Cowlishaw and Israel Gutierrez discuss Michael Jordan's feud with Isiah Thomas and the Detroit Pistons walking off the court after losing to the Chicago Bulls in the 1991 Eastern Conference finals.
✔️ 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.
✔️ Jay Williams joins Mike Greenberg on Get Up to discuss Isiah Thomas' reaction to Michael Jordan's comments about the "Bad Boy" Pistons on "The Last Dance" and explains why Thomas' snub from the Olympic "Dream Team" was a deeper issue than him walking off the court after losing to the Chicago Bulls in the 1991 NBA Eastern Conference finals.
✔️ 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.