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How Much Credit and Blame Does Jerry Krause Really Deserve?

The hero of The Last Dance is obvious: It’s Michael Jordan, the greatest basketball player of all time. The series also has an obvious villain, and it’s not any of the teams Jordan played against: It’s Jerry Krause, the general manager who intentionally dismantled the 1990s Bulls in a foolish attempt to prove his own worth. In The Last Dance, Krause is depicted as vain, jealous, and stubborn—and on top of all that, he’s called fat and ugly. In fact, the documentary implies that Krause was vain and jealous largely because of his appearance. “Jerry had the little man problem. He grew up a little fat kid,” author Mark Vancil says in the documentary’s first installment.

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