“I Was Not Into Basketball” – Serena Williams On Watching Michael Jordan’s Documentary

May 27, 2020 9:22 pm

There’s a documentary airing these days on Netflix which has been riveting the fans during the difficult Coronavirus lockdown period. It’s called “The Last Dance” and it revolves around Michael Jordan and his team Chicago Bulls. Recently, Serena Williams revealed whether she is watching this show that’s on everyone’s tongues these days.

Jordan is widely considered as the best basketball player of all time. At one point, he was the most popular sportsperson in the USA and a cultural icon in the country. The recent death of Basketball legend Kobe Bryant has also pulled a lot of fans towards old school basketball.

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Serena was in her youth back when Jordan was ruling the world as the king of basketball. However, Serena Williams wasn’t really a big fan. Let’s find out more about why Williams didn’t like Basketball much when the entire country was treating it like a phenomenon.

What did Serena Williams say about the Michael Jordan Documentary?

Serena was confident that she would certainly watch it in the near future. However, there was no plan from her side as of yet.

“No, I haven’t. I was waiting on the whole thing to be finished and then binge, binge, binge. I don’t know, I guess I was just watching so much tennis that I just wasn’t focused on anything else so I mean, it was just a different experience for me. I’m also kinda looking forward, but I was also so young and I was not into basketball. I was also like a major Lakers fun and lived in LA, so like they were ours.”

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It’s not very difficult to understand the plight of Serena Williams. Tennis is a challenging sport and if you are looking at making a career, there isn’t much time for anything else. We prefer Serena Williams never watch basketball if it means that she continues winning grand slams and making us proud over and over again as she has done throughout her illustrious career.

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