Originally Posted by Indian guy
Isiah was actually pretty good outside of his "Karl Malone weak link" embarrassment. It was simply stunning that he couldn't articulate his point there, even after Ernie gave him a second chance to do so.
Anyway, besides that, I liked how candid Isiah was and particularly liked how he defended his Piston teams, who were incorrectly being referred to as "thugs" by the rest of the panel.
I thought what Isiah meant was pretty clear and was correct. He wasn't trying to say Karl Malone was the weak link as in literally the weakest part of that team. His inability to close out games and rise to the occassion like his rivals did i.e. Hakeem, Jordan was the main reason he couldn't get over the hump. That was Isiah's point.