Dwyane Wade says MJ will be forgotten in the GOAT conversation 👀 | First Take

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Dwyane Wade says MJ will be forgotten in the GOAT conversation 👀 | First Take

Domonique Foxworth reacts to Dwyane Wade saying Chicago Bulls legend, Michael Jordan will be forgotten in the GOAT conversation, just like Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.

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