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The Final Dance: Horace Grant sounds OFF on Michael Jordan, Denies He was Source of Leaks (Video)

Written by:
C Costigan
Published on:
May/20/2020

The final episode of the Michael Jordan documentary ‘Last Dance’ aired this past Sunday but that doesn’t mean the drama has ended.  

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BetOnline conducted an interview on Monday with Jordan’s former teammates Horace Grant, Ron Harper, Bill Cartwright and Craig Hodges, and they didn’t hold back. 

Specifically, Grant denied allegations made by Jordan that he is a snitch.

In Monday’s interview, Grant said it “is a downright, outright, completely lie” that he leaked any of the information. Grant, who won three consecutive titles with Jordan from 1991-93, resented the notion altogether.

Grant claims much of the documentary was embellishment as it wasn’t particularly accurate.

“I would say it was entertaining, but we know, who was there as teammates, that about 90% of it — I don’t know if I can say it on air, but B.S. in terms of the realness of it,” Grant said during his Monday interview. “But all of that was kind of edited out of the documentary, if you want to call it a documentary.”

Grant referred to ‘The Last Dance’ as a “so-called documentary” multiple times in his interviews and he simply stated that the documentary was about one person and he had the last word on what was put in it. It was also pointed out that the executive producers – Estee Portnoy and Curtis Polk – are two of Jordan’s closest confidants.

“When that so-called documentary is about one person, basically, and he has the last word on what’s going to be put out there … it’s not a documentary,” Grant said. “It’s his narrative of what happens in the last, quote-unquote, dance. That’s not a documentary, because a whole bunch of things was cut out, edited out. So that’s why I call it a so-called documentary.”

- Chris Costigan, Gambling911.com Publisher

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