The legendary basketball player Michael Jordan speaks out in a special interview to celebrate the launch of NBA 2K14 for PS3 and Xbox 360.
LOL!!! "You had to pay the price."
When he left (The second time), I stopped caring about basketball.
Same here (somewhat) til Iverson's MVP year & D.Rose MVP year.
Thy name is AIR
I don't think there are many players that could take Jordan 1v1. I mean we're talking about one of the best iso players ever. Who has the shooting ability of a God, and an impressive post-up game. Jordan has the killer mentality that only a few can replicate. Kobe is as close as it gets. I'm glad they showed Jordan against the Piston bad boys though, now that is tough. Not that flopping crap that happens today.
So true players now are soft and cry baby's KOBE is the greatest competitor since MJ
Keep living in the past people, today's game is faster than when Jordan played
And the reason for that is everything he said it was way more physical back in the 80's and 90's you could practically get away with murder back then.
You mean dirty players? Because if it was really that physical we wouldn't have that many highlights of MJ dunking
So is just about every other major sport! Why??? Because rules were made to make the games flow much faster and for scores to be higher. Look at hockey for a prime example of this. The physicality of the game in the 80's and 90's slowed everything down. There was hand and body checking, there was more physical screens being set, there was definitely a no fly zone and anybody that went to the rim would have to pay a price. Now, someone goes to the hole and the lane parts like the Red Sea. Jordan set the prototype for a player to extend his career in the NBA. You can't jump out of the gym forever. But, if you develop an well-rounded game, it's hard to stop.
Ah No... I'm not on Twitter, i'm not a Twerker, i'm not a Facebooker. I'm old school... What is Twerking by the way???? Gotta love MJ!!!!
His Airness has spoken!
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