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OJ Mayo has actually been a good sport about the story of him getting schooled by Michael Jordan going viral this week. To recap, MJ did an interview that corresponded with the release of NBA2K14 on Tuesday in which he shared a story about how he schooled Mayo when Mayo was a cocky high schooler […]
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Michael Jordan was not lying when he said he beat OJ Mayo badly at his basketball camp years ago. Jordan gave an interview to promote the release of NBA 2K14, and the interview received attention on Tuesday. During the interview, Ahmad Rashad asked MJ about how much trash he talked during his career. Jordan said […]
This is the seventh in a 15-part series running Wednesdays and Fridays profiling each Milwaukee Bucks player leading up to the start of the NBA season.
Lately, O.J. Mayo's career has been a bit nomadic. After a new regime all but ended his career in Memphis, the third overall pick in the 2008 draft couldn't find a longterm deal on the open market.
After signing a one-year...
Michael Jordan is the GOAT but sometimes it feels like he’s turning into your Uncle Harold who always has a story about how nobody could guard him when he played high school ball. This time Jordan discusses who he’d like to play on-on-one with. He said Kobe Bryant would be the only person that could beat him – both in their primes – because Kobe stole all his moves. He also...
Michael Jordan said earlier this week that he believes in his prime he could beat LeBron James one-on-one.
The six-time NBA champion retired in 2003, and he has since been letting rising young stars know they'll never be as good as him.
O.J. Mayo is entering his sixth year in the league, but he was already battling Jordan when he was still in high school.
Larry Brown Sports...
Even though Michael Jordan is already considered one of the greatest of all time, he still likes to prove it on occasion.
At one of Jordan’s summer camps in 2006, the six-time NBA champion decided then-high schooler, now Milwaukee Bucks shooting guard O.J. Mayo was in dire need of a reminder of just how great he could be. In an interview to promote the release of NBA 2K14,...
Yesterday on TNLP, we featured a video of Michael Jordan schooling O.J. Mayo from the year of 2006 and now, O.J. Mayo has officially given his side of the story
Mayo spoke with Bucks broadcaster Jim Paschke for Bucks.com and below is the full video of the interview of Mayo talking about how his one-on-one meeting with Jordan went from his perspective:
In case you can’t view the...
O.J. Mayo says he has the tape of his game against Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan, in one of the more entertaining interviews you’ll see, told us who he would like to play one-on-one against. Jordan tossed out names such as Lebron James, Dwyane Wade, Carmelo Anthony, and told us he thinks he would beat them all. The only player he said he may lose to is Kobe Bryant, and that is...
Over the last couple of days, a video of Bucks guard O.J. Mayo getting beat up by Michael Jordan in the year of 2006 has surfaced and it appears now that O.J. wants to see the full tape.
After the tape was revealed to the world, O.J. took to the Twitterverse to offer a cool $10,000 for the full tape:
Put it like this whoever can get the full tape of the match up I got 10k!!!!! #onmyMOMMA...
In a recent video promoting NBA 2K14, Michael Jordan talked about schooling then-11th-grader, O.J. Mayo, at his basketball camp. Well, the Milwaukee guard is now revealing his side of the story, telling Bucks.com that he had “everything to gain and nothing to lose,” which is what possessed him to challenge the “G.O.A.T.”
Following Mayo’s loss, MJ had a few words for him...
Yesterday I shared with you the story of Michael Jordan recounting how he beat OJ Mayo a few years back at his camp. OJ was in high school at the time. Today, Larry Brown Sports has tracked down the video of it. OJ was an 18-year-old Junior and MJ was 43.
OJ gave his side of the story during Bucks training camp.
Well, I happened to be the only high school player there. It was...
The internet has been a buzz since Michael Jordan decided to reveal to the world that he thinks he’d beat LeBron James in a game of one-on-one.
Jordan was honest in saying Kobe might defeat him because the Black Mamba just “steals all his moves.”
In his prime, Michael Jordan thinks he would have defeated LeBron James and other NBA legends in a game of one-on-one. But there’s...
O.J. Mayo went head-to-head against Michael Jordan at Jordan camp back when Mayo was the top high school player in the nation.
Jordan got the best of the young Mayo, here’s the new Bucks acquisition speaking on that experience: