Countless stories about NBA legend Michael Jordan have been told over the years.
The world is going to learn many more over the next couple of months, as the debut of "The Last Dance" documentary is slated to be released Sunday, April 19.
During a radio appearance on 95.7 The Game on Thursday night, Warriors coach Steve Kerr -- who played with Jordan on the Chicago Bulls' championship teams in 1996, 1997 and 1998 -- was asked about MJ's notoriously competitive rage.
"Draymond Green is the guy who comes to mind for me because the fiery competitiveness is what's different," Kerr explained. "I've played with a ton of guys who are really competitive. Tim Duncan for example -- his competitiveness is more like Steph Curry's. You may not see it if you're just watching the game on TV.
"You may not see the eruptions, the anger. Whereas with Michael, with Draymond -- as a teammate or as a coach -- you feel it, you hear it, you see it every day in practice. Michael did a better job than Draymond of kind of covering it up during games. He didn't want to show that he was losing his poise or his composure during games.
"But there was an equal chip on the shoulder during practice -- like an 'Every day matters' type feeling that both those guys shared."
Draymond, without a doubt, crosses the line at times and picks up avoidable technicals.
But as Kerr has said over and over and over again -- the Warriors need the fire from the three-time NBA champion.
One funny variable in all of this is how Kerr repeatedly has mentioned how similar he is to Draymond.
"We are equally as competitive and we are equally as likely to blow up," the eight-time NBA champion said on NBC Sports Bay Area's "Runnin' Plays" podcast in December. "Either one of us will snap -- he'll get a "T" (technical foul), I'll break a clipboard.
"It's just the way we're built. That's how much it means to us."