Like all sports fans around the world, the stars of State Golden Warriors superstar Steven Curry in the documentary The Last Dance of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls.
Episodes 1 through 4 received a star, and the Warrior Star waits patiently for the broadcast of Episodes 5 and 6.
Curry was recently invited to the Rory & Carson podcast and said how much he loved the documentary series and what he had studied (h/t Drew Shiller of NBC Sports Bay Area):
M.J. Doc, man, times are so different. In those days there were many more secrets, according to the warrior legend. (Michael) Jordan, (Scotty) Pippen and (Dennis) Rodman – they come on TV, you watch the game, everybody participates – and then you don’t see or hear them until the next game.
All that drama and all the experiences they had – unless you were there (you didn’t really know) … There are many comparisons with what we have experienced in the past five years with warriors, trying to stay at the top, etc. There are many comparisons with what we have experienced in the last five years with warriors, trying to stay at the top, etc.
So I’ve learned a lot about leadership. And it’s only one way to meet the demands placed on us as professional athletes. I understand the work being done, but also all the juggling that needs to be put in the spotlight. This is insane.
Curry and the Warriors has competed in five consecutive NBA finals and has won three. So the sniper and his teammates in Dubs can understand that the police have come under pressure in the past.
But as Curry says, there’s now more media attention and better access to readers. More than ever, professional athletes are being scrutinized.
Curry and the Warriors had the worst record in the NBA before the season was suspended due to COWID-19. The double MVP and triple champion only played five games because he broke his left arm in the fourth game of the season.
Pending the resumption of the sport, the last dance will be the only spectacular show for sports lovers.