Found September 12, 2012 on
Rumors and Rants:
Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan has been criticized over the years for making terrible decisions regarding his franchise. After a season in which his team turned in the worst winning percentage in NBA history (.106) he has now backed away from making basketball decisions.
Jordan has decided to let general manager Rich Cho handle the day-to-day operations of the team without the greatest basketball player of all-time looking over his shoulder. Cho will be able to fully utilize his system of metrics and analytics, which have been used in Oklahoma City and Dallas to become dominant franchises.
ESPN The Magazine reported the following regarding Jordan’s involvement with the team:
“He’s promised the front office staff that he’ll let them do their jobs without his shadow looming over their (draft) war-room marker boards.”
Jordan acquired the Bobcats in 2010 and figured his name would help attract big-name talent via free agency. That hasn’t happened, and the team’s...
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Michael Jordan may finally be willing to come to terms with his failures as majority owner of the Bobcats. As a player, Jordan was arguably the best of all time. As a manager and overseer, he has found little to no success. Jordan became an owner in Charlotte in 2006, and the team has had just one winning season since then. The Bobcats finished last season with an embarrassing 7...
Michael Jordan is reportedly stepping away from the decision-making table for the Charlotte Bobcats.
According to an ESPN The Magazine article, Jordan has grown frustrated and upset with the Bobcats' performance under his watch, culminating in the league's worst winning percentage ever last season, .106.
Jordan will allow his GM Rich Cho to handle the day-to-day responsibilities...
Michael Jordan has been widely criticized for the way he has run the Charlotte Bobcats since he took over the team as the owner 2 years ago, whether it’s been the way he has drafted or the lack of big free agent signings. The team has only made the playoffs once in its existence and [...]
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Michael Jordan won titles by passing off to John Paxson, then Steve Kerr. Now he appears to be dishing to Rich Cho for another longshot. Whereas Paxson and Kerr nailed shots to clinch championships for Jordan and the Chicago Bulls, none of their tasks were as daunting as what Cho has laid out for him as general manager of the Charlotte Bobcats. All Paxson and Kerr needed to do was...