Do most NBA players get excited when the owner stops by for a pregame meeting? Probably not...but most players do not play for the Charlotte Bobcats and Michael Jordan. The greatest player of all time —not to mention, the guy who signs...Show More Summary
More than a decade after Michael Jordan retired, Nike still dominates the NBA when it comes to the shoes worn by players. The folks at HoopsHype.com broke down the shoe endorsement deals for 442 NBA players. Of those, 284 (64.3%) wear Nike shoes. Show More Summary
OK, so it's not Michael Jordan posterizing Patrick Ewing or Julius Erving destroying some helpless ABA noob, but Robin Lopez's vicious slam over the Los Angeles Lakers' Robert Sacre was... Well, it was something. He might not get his...Show More Summary
Michelle Beadle is back with ESPN’s SportsNation after burning bridges at her stint with NBC. The popular commentator returned to the panel-style show, which suffered a drop-off in ratings with Charissa Thompson, Marcellus Wiley, Max Kellerman, and others trying to take over for her. Show More Summary
Michael Jordan was simply a freshman in 1982, playing on one of the best college teams in history, a North Carolina squad headlined by James Worthy. Much was expected of Worthy's matchup with Georgetown center Patrick Ewing in the national title game. Show More Summary
MJ was sorta sociopathic.
Boxing is dead, right? Tell that to Floyd Mayweather. Better yet, tell it to his fans, who made the welterweight boxer the wealthiest athlete in 2013 earnings. His nickname is "Money," after all. And Michael Jordan's retired, right? Tell that to the sneaker-wearing public, who prefer Air Jordan's to Keds for some reason. Show More Summary
Michael Jordan's infamously petty and bitter behavior has driven him into a prolonged court battle with Chicago supermarket chain Jewel-Osco. At the heart of the matter is the U.S. Supreme Court's infamous "commercial speech doctrine," which S.M. Show More Summary
It may boggle the mind, but former NBA superstar Michael Jordan managed to rake in $90 million in 2013 without stepping foot on the basketball court. Jordan might’ ve retired more than a decade ago, but his hold on America’s collective...Show More Summary
The first person Allen Iverson thanked in his jersey-retirement speech was Michael Jordan. "Yes, I was one of those kids that wanted to be like Mike," he said. Iverson proceeded to thank friends, family and former teammates, each name greeted by applause from the crowd. And then he thanked Stephen A. Smith and Howard Eskin. So much booing. Read more...
Michael Jordan shoes release dates are some of the most highly anticipated events for sneaker fans. And they have been for over twenty years. For the last 30 years, Michael Jordan has released a new pair of shoes through Nike and it revolutionized how people saw sneakers. Show More Summary
It’d be so awesome to even make 1/90th of that.
Fact: Michael Jordan was never part of a three-game losing streak from November 1990 until he retired from the Bulls (for the second time) in 1998. Bleacher Report will be bringing sports fans the most interesting and engaging Cold Hard...Show More Summary
Michael Jordan made a name for himself on the basketball court, but he also had a stint in baseball that interrupted his NBA career. It's hard to believe it has been 20 years since Jordan stepped onto the diamond and attempted to make it to the major leagues. Show More Summary
There's no Michael Jordan among retired NFL players, a player who can sell just about anything many years after his playing career is done. There's no Pele either, with global icon status, or Arnold Palmer, who has a refreshing drink...Show More Summary
Must have been nice… Via Realtor Following on the heels of the unsuccessful auction and subsequent relisting of Michael Jordan’s mansion-compound in the Chicago suburb of Highland Park, IL, a Lake Shore Drive penthouse once owned by the basketball
The Jordan Brand is now roughly a $2 billion business for Nike and MJ gets a cut of every shoe, hoodie or pair of shorts sold by the sportswear giant.
He's the self-proclaimed Michael Jordan of music. But will Kanye West soon become the Mozart of the movies? According to Radar Online sources, the rapper is teaming with American Psycho author Bret Easton Ellis to pen a biopic aboutShow More Summary
NBA fans love to debate about the greatest players of all-time. Most end up on the side of Michael Jordan thanks to