Warriors Decide Not To Use Full-Access Camera Crew, Says Peter Guber | Laundress Report


HOUSTON, TX - MAY 28: Peter Guber, executive chairman of the Golden State Warriors is seen after the game against the Houston Rockets in game seven of the 2018 NBA Western Conference Finals on May 28, 2018 at Toyota Center Houston, Texas. NOTE TO USER: The user expressly acknowledges and agrees that by downloading and or using this photograph, the user accepts the terms and conditions of the Getty Images license agreement. Mandatory Copyright Notice: Copyright 2018 NBAE (Photo by Andrew D. Bernstein / NBAE via Getty Images)

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The last dance, a 10-part documentary series focusing on the 1997-1998 Chicago Bulls, has left people wondering what documentaries could be produced in the future.

Cross the Golden State Warriors dynasty from this list despite the production of Peter Guber, co-president of Warriors The last dance as the founder of Mandalay Entertainment.

“The Warriors decided not to have a Warriors built-in camera team because the Bulls allowed their sixth NBA championship in eight years in the 1997-98 NBA season,” United States todayMark Medina announced on Monday.

“Once you do that, you really affect the outcome of other things,” Guber told Medina. “Turn on the camera with the hope that you’re going to get to a particular point with a sports team or a career or something like that?” It’s a dangerous business. It’s proud. “

All-Star Warriors striker Draymond Green discussed The last dance, which started with two episodes on Sunday evening, in an hour-long conversation on UNINTERRUPTED (warning: the video contains profanity):

The Warriors have played in the last five NBA finals and have won three (2015, ’17 and ’18). The 2015-16 Golden State team (73-9) surpassed the 1995-96 Bulls (72-10) as the most winning regular season team in the history of the league.


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