The latest was MJ’s former teammate Dennis Rodman, who described what he feels is the biggest difference between the two basketball superstars. “He [LeBron James] wasn’t bought up this way. I had that desire to win, I didn’t give a s**t what it took. I’ll do the dirty work, I don’t give a s**t. At the end of the day that ring is more important. For Mike [Michael Jordan] when he came up he had one thing in doing – I’m going if I didn’t beat your a** and do my job,” the ex-NBA champion said.
January 26, 2021 | 7:37 pm EST Update
Eric Woodyard: 1 year after Kobe Bryant’s death, Cavs guard Collin Sexton tells ESPN that he’ll continue to “live by the Mamba” by carrying that Kobe mentality with him on the court. Sexton, aka “Young Bull,” is averaging a career-best 24.8 points per game in his third season. pic.twitter.com/FNefooiAEr