NBA legend Isiah Thomas demands that Michael Jordan apologizes on international television to resolve their longstanding feud, sparked by Jordan’s public insult.

Thomas insists that an apology on a global platform is necessary to reconcile their relationship. The rift between the two former stars began when Jordan referred to Thomas as an “a**hole” on national television.

Thomas’s comments come during an interview with Draymond Green on The Draymond Green Show.

“This dude got on national television… international television and called me an asshole, somebody who’s been really good to him and until he apologizes on international television, we – no conversation. You can’t apologize and have a private dinner when you done embarrassed me publicly. If you didn’t mean it, say it publicly. Now, if you meant it, let it stand. I’m good with that,” Thomas said.