After The Last Dance finished airing all of its episodes on Sunday, it seemed to show the greatness of Michael Jordan and the Chicago Bulls to those who didn’t know and let those who already knew survive.
He successfully showed how the Bulls won three consecutive titles in 1991, 1992 and 1993. Then, after talking about the retirement of Jordan and his team in the Little Baseball League (MiLB), the documentary showed his incredible return to the NBA. The series ended with the second triangle of the bulls on Jordan’s return.
But the NBA season continued when Michael Jordan was not between the two three-fifths for two years. The Houston Rockets, led by Hockey Olajuon, won two consecutive titles in 1
Although Rocket’s victories may have very little to do with Jordan or the Bulls dynasty, former Rockets player Vernon Maxwell thinks it’s worth mentioning.
“What did you think about how during the Last Dance they ignored the 2 years when the Rockets won when it didn’t happen?” he tweets in Thursday.
Michael Jordan did not frighten Maxwell
Maxwell played for the Houston Rockets for five years between 1990 and 1995. He originally played for San Antonio for two years after starting his NBA career in 1988. Last month, after the release of The Last Dance, Maxwell tweeted how he never he did not allow himself to be intimidated by Jordan.
“I loved facing Mike. He was the best. There is no denying this. But unlike most people who went against him, I would not allow myself to be intimidated. He may be the best, but he’ll have to prove it every time we collide, the tweet read.
Maxwell played in the NBA until 2001, but could not settle with a team for a long time. He played for a variety of teams after moving away from Houston in 1995, including the Philadelphia 76ers, the Seattle Supersonics and the Dallas Mavericks.