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Michael Jordan believes super teams are ruining the National Basketball Association

13 October 2017, 08:09 | Charlene Valdez

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BASKETBALL legend Michael Jordan predicts the NBA will have 28 "garbage" clubs because one or two franchises have cherry-picked the best talent to create "super teams".

Jordan recently talked about a variety of topics with Marvin R. Shanken for the Cigar Aficionado - which is exactly what Jordan is - and Jordan was asked about what he thought of where his friend Tiger Woods is in his life right now.

The defending champion Golden State Warriors, highlighted by the superstar foursome of Kevin Durant, Stephen Curry, Klay Thompson and Draymond Green, have faced the Cleveland Cavaliers, led by LeBron James, Kevin Love and formerly Kyrie Irving, in three consecutive NBA Finals.

"I think it's going to hurt the overall aspect of the league from a competitive standpoint", said Jordan. To now say that one's greater than the other is being a little bit unfair... "My biggest problem from a competitive standpoint is the focus of today's athlete".

Do you see yourself coaching?

"I would never say one is greater than the other". Now, does that constitute him being the greatest?

"I have no patience for coaching". Bill Russell won 11.


"Yeah, Jack has got 18 majors and Tiger has got 14".

Jordan, in speaking with Cigar Aficionado, said that he considers both Tiger Woods and Jack Nicklaus great, but he would never compare the two because they played in different eras.

But Golden State still has to win four more championships to equal what Jordan's teams did in the 1990s. However, neither those squads nor the Spurs are given much of an chance to derail the Warriors' path in the West, and the Celtics are the only team viewed as a credible threat to Cavs in the East.

"Like I'm the reason why (expletive) Orlando couldn't make the playoffs for five, six years in a row?" he said in an interview with USA Today in the spring. Tiger evolved it to where it crossed a lot of different boundaries, where it's not just a white guy's sport ― black guys, African-Americans, all minorities play the game. "To say he's any less than Jack, I think, is unfair". They never played with the same equipment. "For someone that small to generate that much power is truly wonderful".



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