I didn't start watching the nba until '93 when I was like 9, so I didn't grow up knowing or hating these guys , so I enjoyed the documentary as I almost always do with these. Most of all it really showed how weak the NBA has gotten now, back then throwing multiple punches didn't even get you ejected from a game. I don't want the nba to have fighting or to be football-like in it's physicality, but dang it couldn't be any softer today, there should be a better middle ground.
It also came across, to me anyway, that maybe Isaiah doesn't get enough mention when other all time greats are mentioned, dude was freakin tough and baller. They said he scored what, 16 points in a minute and a half in one game if I heard right? He looked like he would have made Chris Paul cry with his physical play, and that's more how I remember and loved guard play during the 90s still. I had seen the game on ESPN classic before where he hurt his ankle against the Lakers and kept playing and was tearing it up, but that and some other highlights was about all I'd seen of him. It was also really informative on players like Mahorn and Dantley that I knew very little about, and about Rodman when he still at least looked normal.
Also, not to go off topic, but the best 30 for 30 I've seen recently, even though it's not technically part of the rest of them as it's sub-titled "Soccer Stories", was Hillsborough. I had never heard of that event/tragedy before that and it blew me away, actually made me tear up at one point. The way it builds to the tragedy gave me this sick feeling of dread, and the whole cover up and lies of what really happened by police was crazy. If you haven't seen that one, you should.