Cap Peeler said:
it's funny how they can always find a way to put Jordan in the conversation.
But it's even funnier how they always fail to mention that Jordan teamed up with another Hall of Fame, top 20 player of all time in Scottie Pippen. Also, they fail to mention how Jordan got to play with one of the best rebounders and defenders of all time in the Worm. I won't mention Steve Kerr because he was a product of MJ and Pippen. And finally, they fail to mention that MJ played in freaking Chicago, a world known city where people want to live in, not bumf**k Cleveland of 2010....
As a Heat fan, i'm static about this s**t i can't believe it still.... but yeah, LBJ did f**k over Cleveland and he in some way took the easy way out. But you can't argue that this was the smartest way out as well. He finally has a legitimate chance to win not one but multiple championships. Money was never an issue, otherwise he could have gone to the Nets, Knicks, Bulls or stay in Cleveland.
Justify your s**t however you want to, enjoy your players, the world wont look at that team the same as other greats. Miami fans will love it, but as the report states, the heart of a champion looks adversity in the eye and commands respect and finds a way to elevate above the situation, it doesn't run to an All-star contingent and ask them to win the title for him so he doesn't wind up as a never-was. The bottom line is you can talk about Jordan having pippen etc all you want, what did pippen , worm, and kerr achieve without jordan? Not saying they WOULDN'T have because they were all great players individually but it was Micheal's tenacity, hunger, drive and motivation that made them the players and the team that they were.