- Loved the clips they showed but especially "there's panic all over the Pistons' faces" and Magic's description of Jordan's layup in the championship game.
- Glad they picked Jim Durham to be the master of ceremonies. Although Neil Funk has grown on me Durham's still my favorite Bulls announcer.
- I imagine Dennis Hopson thinking, "I was a good player with the Nets but now I'm announced first even ahead of gumpy ass Will Perdue!"
- Although I think Stacey King won as the fattest former player from this group Cliff Levingston gave him a run for his money. Where do those guys find suits, in the Enormous and Giant Suit Section? A store called "Goliath's Hand-Me-Downs?"
- Will Perdue still slightly resembles my friend Mark (as Debbie pointed out years ago) but not as much as Paul Schneider.
- Craig Hodges looks the same just with specks of gray.
- Scottie looks like he could still play.
- I'm pretty sure before they speak, as Michael indicates to Scottie to go first he says, "Age before beauty." Michael is 3 years older than Scottie but it still made me laugh.
- Looks like Michael got what Erik Spoelstra refers to as "glossy-eyed" during the ovation.
This also means it's 20 years (minus 3 months) since Burt eliminated "Wonderful Tonight" from being the song played for the first dance at his wedding. "Everybody's in a good mood. Everybody's dancing around, having a good time. And then they have to play this song." Burt was right. "Wonderful Tonight" was not the song to play about 6 songs after the Bulls won the championship but maybe that's one of the reasons Maxfield's soon went out of business. *
*Not one of the reasons.