I really hope Drake didn’t say this year’s Heat were the best team ever but Mike is beyond swagged out. He said, “I’ll let my ring do the talking” and proceeded to show the camera his 72-10 championship ring.
I don’t think there will ever be a player (or athlete for that matter) that will have the type of impact MJ did. Obviously, his performance on the court is what made him great but his demeanor and the way he carried himself is what made him legend. He not only changed the game but the culture. I present to you rare photos of Michael Jordan aka the shit that I haven’t seen before so I automatically assume you haven’t either.
Stephen A Smith Radio Interview With Magic Johnson:
I think Lebron is just the best all-around player we have in the game today.
Stephen A Smith
Be careful about saying that Magic Johnson becuase when you say something like that Lebron James we’ll automatically think that, we’ll compare your quotes to that of Scottie Pippen who had the audacity to say that he was better than Michael Jordan I mean be careful Magic.
I’m not going to be as crazy or as stupid as Scottie Pippen, I mean I love Scottie Pippen and Scottie has a right to his “opinion”. But Stephen A, Lebron James is not even close and let me say that one more time not even close to Michael Jordan, and so I think that it’s great that we want to compare him to Mr. Air Jordan but until you start winning championships and all of that and dominate the way Michael dominated and then, just look at this 6 titles and he was the MVP in every single finals that’s just amazing and I won’t even talk about all the other things that he did.
I agree with Magic… Read the rest after the jump.
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Short on players for practice, the Charlotte Bobcats found an extra body in the front office: Michael Jordan.
The Hall of Famer and Bobcats owner suited up for Thursday’s workout, participating in a full-court scrimmage and showing a few of the old moves that helped make him a six-time NBA champion.
“He’s Mike. He’s been kicking our [butts]. He still has it,” forward Gerald Wallace said. “He doesn’t have this quickness, but he can score, he’s a shooter. The last thing to ever go is your jump shot and he has that.”
Jordan, who turns 48 next week, has been spending more time at practices and shootarounds, getting on the floor and doing some teaching. Thursday’s practice was his most involved yet.