Even though i appreciated Isiah s great abilities, he was one of my least fav players in the NBA back then. I liked MJ much better .
Todays older and far more wiser version of Isiah comes off as a mostly likeable character. He can clear the air with fans who never viewed whole seasons of him . He seemed very controversial in what ever aspect of the league he was involved .
The great dream team players would know better than fans if they thought he would be an asset or not given his personality. The emotions and relationships were far more complexed at that point in time. Could rivalry be put aside for the betterment of the team ?
The bolded is so true lol, I've talked to multiple casual fans who feel that he's a very gentle lad by just looking at his persona nowadays
Rockets PG: Westbrook, Rivers, Clemons SG: Harden, Gordon, McLemore
SF: House, Carroll, Caboclo PF: Covington, Green, Williams
C: Tucker, Hartenstein, Bender
Warriors PG: Curry, Jackson, Bowman SG: Thompson, Lee, Poole
SF: Wiggins, Okoro, Anderson PF: Green, Paschall, MKG
C: Looney, Chriss, Smiley