Found November 08, 2011 on
It's no surprise Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan has a big stake in the NBA's next collective-bargaining agreement.Jordan took a $100,000 fine from the league for telling an Australian newspaper the NBA's system was "broken" and warning "owners are not going to move off" effecting major change.
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The former NBAer now playing in China blasted the Bobcats owner on Twitter, insinuating that MJ is a "sellout" and nonsensically adding that Jordan "forgot which hole he came out of."
Former Charlotte Hornet and Duke Blue Devil Mike Gminski doubts Michael Jordan's hard-line stance in the NBA's labor negotiations will have a negative effect on the Bobcats' future ability to sign free agents. Jordan, majority owner of the Bobcats, has...
Well, you knew it was coming: Players union chief Billy Hunter calling out Bobcats owner Michael Jordan, after Jordan went from union tough-guy in 1998 to hard-line owner in 2011. It's a famous story from the last lockout that Jordan...
Michael Jordan took over the Charlotte Bobcats in 2010, just after Charlotte had reached the playoffs for the first time in franchise history. With a six-time champion at the helm things could only get better, right? It turns out that in his first season as a GM, Michael Jordan may very well have been one of the worst owners in the NBA. However, Jordan’s actions helped out three...
BATON ROUGE - LSU men's basketball coach Trent Johnson, joined by his wife Jackie, took part in the first Dash Against Diabetes presented by the Tyrus Thomas Foundation and The American Diabetes Association this past Saturday in downtown Baton Rouge.
The NBA lockout isn't over, so no rookie has signed a contract. But the work doesn't stop. Here's a look-in on Bobcats lottery pick Kemba Walker, via Under Armour; http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=g31sw7Oji8s&feature=youtu.be