ESPN Numbers Never Lie breaks down how Jordan in fact could come back to the NBA and still be a relevant player.
I’m in agreement. You?
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The title of this post is mainly for you all. For me there’s no question. I named my daughter after the greatest player of all time and I don’t think there will be anyone, in my lifetime that will impact the game to the degree that Michael Jordan did.
Either way – this is a fun infographic.
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That’s what I read into this interview. This morning Scottie Pippen was on ESPN’s Mike and Mike in the Morning talk show and had some extremely flattering things to say about Lebron.
Now, Lebron is good, real good actually and yes I wear his jersey to show how much I enjoy the electricity and athletic ability the young man possesses. But, having conversations about being better than MJ when he hasn’t won a single championship yet?
Slightly premature? You tell me.
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Black History Month – Day 17 Spotlight: Michael Jordan
You figure since I named my child after Jordan I need to have him somewhere in this Black History Month Spotlight. What more fitting of a day to talk about the greatest player ever – period, than on his birthday.
Michael Jordan was born in Brooklyn, New York, on February 17, 1963. His parents, James and Delores Jordan, moved to Wilmington, North Carolina when he was still a toddler. Jordan has two older brothers, one older sister, and one younger sister.
Jordan loved to play baseball when he was a child, and also played some basketball and football. His love for basketball began [...]