Michael Jordan On Superteams: "28 Teams Are Going To Be Garbage"

Paola Ditto
Ottobre 13, 2017

"You're never going to say who's the greatest of all time", Jordan said. I don't know if I could have survived in this Twitter time, where you don't have the privacy that you would want. I never played against Wilt Chamberlain. "I never played against Jerry West". To say one is greater than the other is a little bit unfair. He indirectly compared Woods' relationship with Jack Nicklaus to his with Bill Russell.

As far as Jordan's comments on the business environment, if there are always just one or two teams stacked up with all of the best talent, it could potentially make fans of lesser teams shy away from the game more, as they may just develop a "what's the point?" mentality. "No, because we played in different eras".

He also spoke about why he doesn't desire to coach. "No. I have no patience for coaching". "My biggest problem from a competitive standpoint is the focus of today's athlete". 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's toughest talk was on the state of the National Basketball Association, where several teams have stockpiled talent to try and dethrone the reigning champion Golden State Warriors, who last season united stars Kevin Durant and Stephen Curry to forma dominant squad that claimed a second title in three seasons.

More than likely, one of those teams is the defending champion Golden State Warriors. A Boston Celtics team with a fascinating young core led by Kyrie Irving and Gordon Hayward? The Houston Rockets, led by Chris Paul, James Harden and one of the league's most risky offenses? The Oklahoma City Thunder now boast a big three of Russell Westbrook, Paul George, and Carmelo Anthony. The always unsafe San Antonio Spurs behind Kawhi Leonard and head coach Gregg Popovich?

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