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Michael Jordan is by far the best basketball player the planet has ever seen. But has he done more good than harm to the game? I'd say he's done more harm than good to basketball.

 The guy was blessed with so much basketball talent but because he took time off during his playing years to pursue baseball he quite possibly did not play to the best of his ability. In other words we did not see the best of the man Michael Jordan on a basketball court. This means he robbed the world of seeing the best basketball in him.

Because of that robbery he should be stopped from purchasing the Bobcats. As much as Jordan is lauded for making basketball global he also needs to accept responsibility for not showing the best basketball that we never saw. Imagine if he never quit basketball he would have probably had a season where he never missed a shot. That unsurmountable glory he robbed fans off is unforgivable and nothing else he did can atone for what we never saw as there will never ever be another Michael Jordan.

 

Yupp - Jordan was unfair to basketball fans. Basketball gave him everything but he did not give basketball his best to basketball.

My next article will be on Eddy Curry and food. Yupp - Chicago ties!

September 8, 2010  04:06 PM ET

interesting

 
December 9, 2010  01:29 PM ET

Yo, I was going to say, MJ robbed all the basketball fans (except Chicago) because he wouldn't let the rest of the league win any championships while he was beast'n on the whole league.

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