Once again, Longley was forced to reshape himself, to transform his inherently gentle nature into something more warlike. He found that process, and Jordan’s remorseless aggression, challenging.
“He just had all these sharp edges, like some sort of a ninja star,” Longley says. “He felt for whatever reason like he needed to charge me with his electricity, which I didn’t actually … I’m not a conduit for that kind of electricity naturally.
For decades Luc Longley has remained largely silent about his years with Michael Jordan’s legendary Chicago Bulls team. Now he reveals his disappointment about being omitted from The Last Dance documentary and how he made peace with his basketball past.