Jerry Seinfeld Reflects on His Most Memorable Sports Moments

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Robin Lundberg: Jerry Seinfeld told Jimmy Kimmel he hasn't seen 'The Last Dance' even though he appears in it. For more, I'm joined by our Jimmy Traina. Now, Jimmy, I know we talked about that. You know, Keith Hernandez episode and, you know, throwing out a pitch for the Mets. What I want to get to the bottom of is the conversation he apparently had with Phil Jackson. Would you like to be a fly on the wall for that one?


Jimmy Traina: Yeah. According to Jerry Seinfeld, the clip from The Last Dance that shows Jerry in the Bulls locker room came during the last season of Seinfeld. So Jerry told Jimmy Kimmel a story about him and Phil Jackson having a conversation to see who would go out on top and who would have sort of the bigger, more impressive exit. Jerry, with the last season of Seinfeld or Phil with his last season as Bulls coach.

Robin Lundberg: You know, if Jerry Seinfeld actually did watch the documentary, you think he might ask what's the deal with chronological timeline?

Jimmy Traina: That's a problem for a lot of people. I shouldn't say a lot of people, but most people seem to have no problem with 'The Last Dance'. But the jumping around does seem bizarre this week. I still don't understand the point of the Clyde Drexler Blazers segment this week that jumped. But yeah, Jerry might have a comment or two about that.

Robin Lundberg: I'll give it a nice Jordan shrug. It still works for me, Jimmy. Appreciate your time, as always.

Jimmy Traina: Anytime.

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