NBA players right not to be thrilled with owner Michael Jordan
Are NBA players right not to be thrilled with owner Michael Jordan
When did Michael Jordan go from cheap Sport Blue 6s "my man" to Sport Blue 6s online "the man" for NBA players? Evidently it was recently.
The man who once told Washington Wizards owner Abe Pollin "if you can't make a profit, you should sell your team" and said at his Hall of Fame induction that players not organizations win titles, is now sitting on the opposite side of the table.
"I'm not wearing Jordans no more," Washington Wizards guard Nick Young Sport Blue 6s for sale tweeted. "Can't believe what I just seen and heard from MJ. Elvis Done Left The Building."
"Damn MJ," Indiana Pacers guard Paul George tweeted. "That's how you feel?"
Golden State Warriors rookie Klay Thompson deleted his tweet of "You think the 1996 MJ would pull this? Straight hypocrite bro." but George responded " He should've been the 1st one behind us smh."
Should the players have been surprised or is this just business Bred 11s as usual?
Reid Cherner has been with USA TODAY since 1982 and written Game On! since March 2008.
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