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SF: What did you think of “The Last Dance” documentary?
it. The two best players I’ve ever seen play were Michael and Dr. J
when he was in the ABA. People didn’t see much of the ABA version of Dr.
J, but he was awesome.
I was glad that the young generation
got the chance to really see Michael in his prime in that series.
Because people forget how good you were. In 1974, we had a great group
of guys who did some great things, but a lot of people don’t remember
that. Fame is fleeting.
SF: You write about declaring bankruptcy, going to jail, serving
multiple stints in rehab and wrecking your knee in a scuffle at the
Studio 54 disco in 1983. Where did it start to go wrong?
DT: I don’t really dwell on the past. You learn, you grow, you live.
took all of that for me to get knocked down on my knees to look up to
God. If things hadn’t happened the way they did, I wouldn’t be where I
am today spiritually and as a father. My life has changed, and I’ve been
able to make a positive impact on other people’s lives with my