Isiah Thomah Demands a "Public Apology" From Michael Jordan For Comments in 'The Last Dance'
Isiah Thomas and Michael Jordan

Isiah Thomas Demands a “Public Apology” From Michael Jordan For Comments in ‘The Last Dance’

Isiah Thomas says his beef with Michael Jordan will continue until he receives a public apology.

During an interview with Greek NBA rights holder Cosmote, Thomas said he demands a “public apology” from Michael following the release of Jordan’s documentary The Last Dance.

“When I was watching the Last Dance, I’m sitting there, and I’m watching it with my family, and I’m thinking everything is good,” Thomas recalled.  “And then this guy comes on television, and he says that he hates me, and then he calls me an asshole.  And then I proceed to watch a whole documentary about him being an asshole.  I’m like, ‘Wait a minute, time out.’ Until I get a public apology, this beef is gonna go on for a long, long time ’cause I’m from the West Side of Chicago.”

Throughout the year, Isiah has commented on his ongoing dispute with Jordan.

The former Detroit Pistons point guard was thought to have allegedly frozen out Jordan at the 1985 NBA All-Star Game, which has long been cited as the source of the MJ/Thomas feud.

“Stop lying.  This story is not factual or accurate; tell the truth, man,” Isiah wrote.  “Dr. J, Moses Malone, Larry Bird, Sidney Moncrief, and I did not freeze you out.  If memory serves me correctly, I was injured most of the second half, and Bird had a broken nose.  Magic and Sampson dominated the game.”

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