"I think it's going to hurt the overall aspect of the league from a competitive standpoint. Or they're going to have a tough time surviving in the business environment". The trio of Russell Westbrook, Paul George and Carmelo Anthony in Oklahoma City?
Charlotte managed to get Dwight Howard via trade and the team will have to improve to keep rising star Kemba Walker on the roster before he becomes an unrestricted free agent in 2019. The Warriors have kept the corps of last season's championship team and added firepower in Nick Young and Omri Casspi in the offseason.
"I can't play for every team, so the truth of the matter is I left one team".
Jordan, of course, was the face of another National Basketball Association superteam - the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls, who won a then-record 72 regular-season games and the National Basketball Association title. "No because when you try to compare different eras and equate who is better than the other, it's an unfair parallel, an unfair choice". I think when you can see the similarities and you understand, this is one way you can judge the tow-how much impact did each change or evolve the game?
In that same interview, Jordan discussed whether he is the greatest player of all time. Tiger evolved it to where it crossed a lot of different boundaries, where it's not just a white guy's sport - black guys, African-Americans, all minorities play the game. "No. I have no patience for coaching".
"For me to ask an individual to focus on the game the way I played would, in some ways, be unfair and if he didn't do it, there's no telling where my emotions would be", Jordan said. James was criticized for choosing to join his rivals rather than trying to beat them, but at the time, Jordan claimed he didn't have a problem with it, although he said it was not what he would have done.
"Like I'm the reason why (expletive) Orlando couldn't make the playoffs for five, six years in a row?" he said in an interview with USA Today in the spring.
On his childhood sports idols: "I also grew up a NASCAR fan, a Richard Petty fan". I'm not here to judge, but six cigars a day seems a bit indulgent, if not harmfully hedonistic.