ESPN aired a film entitled “The Fab Five,” which was a look into the basketball careers of former Sun Jalen Rose, Juwan Howard, Chris Webber, Jimmy King and Ray Jackson from 1991 to 1993 on Sunday night. Rose, who was the executive producer of the film and a former Suns, has been in the media spotlight after making certain remarks about opposing Duke players such as Suns forward Grant Hill.
Hill, who was a player on the Duke team that beat Michigan in the 1992 Final Four, responded to Rose’s comments in a blog for the New York Times. In the Times piece, he addresses those comments, as well as others by Rose and other members of the “Fab Five.”
Click here to read Hill’s entire response.
Also on Wednesday, King explained in a Wall Street Journal blog that the comments he made in the film were how he felt 20 years ago. King went on to say, “If I saw Grant, I’d definitely shake his hand,” King added. “I’d congratulate him on having a great career, fighting through adversity and reinventing himself despite injuries.”
Check out this Wall Street Journal blog for all of King’s comments.