Found October 17, 2011 on Larry Brown Sports:

Via Larry Brown Sports:

We all know Michael Jordan loves to compete and loves to trash talk.  M.J. is notorious for being one of the greatest smack talkers of all time.  He’ll even deliver his smack directly, like when he called out LeBron. The LeBron trash talk is understandable because the Heat forward is a fellow NBA MVP. Jordan’s latest friendly attack on Bill Clinton proves that he’s not afraid to trash talk a former U.S. president.

According to the Wall Street Journal, M.J. called out Clinton during a recent round of golf and challenged him to play from the championship tees instead of the whites.  He also told the former commander-in-chief that he wanted to see him break 100 and reportedly got in his ear for a solid 18 holes.  For the record, Clinton came in under 100.

I guess we now know the types of activities that have been keeping His Airness busy while he blows off his friend’s wedding.  There is no word on whether or not any money was wagered  during the round, but with Jordan involved, how could there not be?

 

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