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  • the world has changed.

  • People are different, everything is different.

  • So it is not insulting them to say that the players of today are different.

  • They have different priorities.

  • And candidly, Michael Jordan and his success sort of paved the way for what that's all become.

  • And also, I want to just acknowledge something for all of the younger viewers out there.

  • And Mark did it when he started his answer.

  • Just because somebody disagrees that today's player, for example, LeBron James isn't the greatest of all time, and we talk about how the rules were different and the game was more physical then, is not hating is not being jealous.

  • I think those terms are being used incorrectly, and that is what Mark is talking about.

  • We grew up at a time where was like, do as I say, not as I do now.

  • It's when you give instruction and rightfully so.

  • The person's answer is why, and so that's the difference.

  • How about this will be a cut from a different cloth.

  • Michael Jordan was on a 30 win basketball team at Carolina rehabbing from an injury playing in the team didn't know put pressure on the squad to put him back in, and all of a sudden they gave him a seven minute per half restriction.

  • He played through it.

  • Got that team in the playoffs against one of the all time great Celtics teams.

  • It had his historic movement, scored 63 points in a playoff game vs do.

  • Nowadays, that player shuts it down for the rest of the year.

  • Shut it down for the rest of the year.

  • Low management.

  • Let's get a lottery pick and let's see if we could pick it up next year.

  • That's the difference in the game then and now.

  • I completely agree with you.

  • Score those 63 against the version of the Celtics that is considered to be their best and one of the greatest teams of all time.

  • Mark Jackson.

  • A final thought from you because I know that you speak a lot to young people and I know how important that is to you.

  • So for all of the young people who watched these 10 hours of Michael Jordan and the Bulls, what do you think is the lesson all of them can and should take from Michael success and from everything we saw over these last five weeks.

  • The awesome thing.

  • And both you guys can attest to this.

  • The awesome thing is, I'm not speaking about Michael Jordan, the basketball basketball player I'm speaking.

  • Every individual has a dream to be the best in the world.

  • Take a look at how Michael Jordan, his mindset, his approach, his his, his focus singular on being the best absolute best and knocking down every obstacle that he has.

  • The way that made the thing that made him the best that's ever played.

  • The game wasn't really his talent that speaks for itself.

  • It was his drive.

  • You can use that same mindset, that same approach, whether it be be a lawyer, a doctor, Ah, bus driver of sanitation worker, whatever you want to be, you can look at the last dance and take something from it and accomplish a goal God jail.

  • And also the other thing you could take away from it.

  • When turbulent times came, he didn't quit.

  • He didn't jump ship.

  • He didn't point fingers he didn't find or look for a way out when he was going against the Lakers going against the Celtics going against the Pistons.

  • It wasn't like Oh, I can't get it done.

  • So maybe I'll go play with those guys.

  • It was more so.

  • You know what?

  • We got to get better.

  • I got to get tougher.

  • Psychologically.

  • I got to get better skill wise.

  • And then in the nineties, his turn came.

  • It's a different world again to go back to the conversation.

  • We live in a transfer portal world now, and it goes well beyond what the specific transfer portal is.

  • It was just a different time.

  • Mark Jackson.

  • I can't tell you how much I appreciate you getting up early here.

  • It's wonderful to see you.

  • Thank you.

  • Have hope that we see you calling games really soon.

  • Assuming that we can all get jacked up from the Smithsonian Institute.

  • You see that way?

  • Look at that Word got that is awesome.

  • And that Julius Caesar in the pull pain on the cylinder Mark Jackson has coming to us live from the Parthenon this morning.

  • It's a delight to have you.

  • Thank you, Mark.

  • I really appreciate it.

  • Thank you for watching ESPN on YouTube for live streaming sports and premium content.

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