Michael Jordan concerned about National Basketball Association super teams

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"I think it's going to hurt the overall aspect of the league from a competitive standpoint", Jordan said in an interview with Cigar Aficionado magazine that was reported by ESPN writer Ian Begley, "You're going to have one or two teams that are going to be great, and another 28 teams that are going to be garbage". Tiger played in his peak somewhere towards the end of my career.

"I am proud to partner with Novant Health to bring critical health services to underserved areas of Charlotte and the thousands of North Carolinians with limited access to health care", Jordan said in a release on Monday.

Jordan, who many believe is the greatest player in National Basketball Association history, said there is one way to compare the two, and that's how much impact the player had on the game. "I think they're both great and I would never say one is greater than the other". "To say he's any less than Jack, I think, is unfair". "I never played against Jerry West". He is, to me, in a very unique situation. And then what changed between that timeframe to now - social media, Twitter, all those types of things that has invaded their personality and their personal times as individuals. To now say that one's greater than the other is being a little bit unfair.I won six championships. He indirectly compared Woods' relationship with Jack Nicklaus to his with Bill Russell.

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But after President Trump made the decision to run for office in 2015, that number dropped significantly. Individual players however, have spoken out as against the president and his hotels.

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. For me, it was the best thing to happen to me, because it allowed me to go back to the game [of basketball] with a stronger passion. "My biggest problem from a competitive standpoint is the focus of today's athlete". "I smoke six cigars a day, maybe", he said.

Jordan also talked about the state of Woods at the moment.

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