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Would Bird have too many tricks up his sleeve
or would MJ prevail due to his athleticism?
Unfortunately we will have no recaps or Green Envy's for a while, so figured it might be fun and give people a distraction to debate in the comment section on a different question every day while we are stuck in this new normal.

Watching the less than stellar video quality of ESPN's HORSE competition on Sunday got me thinking about how spoiled we've gotten with video quality. I remember the rabbit ear days when there might be 10 players on the court, but 20 on your screen. This was definitely such a classic commercial. Simple, but great.

Sticking with the HORSE theme...

Today's question:

Who wins a HORSE competition between prime Larry Bird and prime Michael Jordan?

Remember, no dunking! If you think Bird wins, then comment with your argument. Same applies if you think Jordan would win.



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JR 4/15/2020 09:00:00 AM Edit
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