"Covering Larry - that meant everything to me. People said he was overrated … fuck, no. If anything, he was underrated. What made him so good was you didn’t just have to worry about his scoring. You had to worry about this guy’s defense, his passing, his ability to save balls from going out of bounds, his ability to set picks and get people open. Larry could beat you in many ways. And he was the hardest player for me to play against, because you had to guard against all those things. Most players are one- or two-dimensional. Larry was ten-dimensional."
"God disguised as Michael Jordan" is how Larry Bird described MJ’s performance in the second game of a first-round playoff series between the Celtics and Bulls. Jordan, in his second year in the league, scored a playoff-record 63 points, on the heels of a 49-point outing in Game 1 at Boston Garden. The Celtics would sweep Chicago, but they came away awe-struck by His Airness. "He is undoubtedly the best guard I ever saw play this bleeping game," Dennis Johnson told the Los Angeles Times.
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