Legendary #23 MJ will handle Charlotte Bobcats Next Season
March 30, 2010 7:57am CST
we all know Michael Jordan for sure and next season MJ will handle the Charlotte Bobcats as the team owner of the team well MJ is a legend but how does it will affect the team it self next season right now Bobcats has 35-38 record and seated 7th in the eastern conference division.As MJ the new team owner next NBA season will Charlotte Bobcats will win more games or not, will it be on the playoffs?... hmm.......and what would be the changes MJ he want for the team.
31 Mar 10
i kinda liked him this season because he shoots better from deep... but a bit of a no because he (and tyson chandler) blew a crucial play that would have given them a chance to tie or win it in their last game. its either lineup shakeup or chemistry issues that need resolving for charlotte to be one of the deadliest team in the east.
30 Mar 10
well, i disagree that MJ can steer this charlotte's basketball battleship to the right course. he even failed to do that in the wizards years ago that forced him to play again. he also drafted kwame brown which is one if not the worst 1st round draft pick in NBA history. legends carrying a team does not always succeed. magic tried coaching the lakers but failed. bird didnt succeed in giving the pacers a championship, and he only went to the finals as a coach only once. isaiah thomas... we all know how horrible he is as a coach and executive in both the pacers and knicks franchise. mo cheeks, gervin and others came short, even struggled to their position as coach or executive. i dont want to count out jordan though. he may have failed before but that does not mean he will do the same for the bobcats. he also has the passion, the fire and the heart to own a successful basketball team. my predictions, if MJ does not bolster his lineup to compete with at least the third to 8th best team in the west next year, then they are going down. i like what MJ did to charlotte lately, having larry brown as coach, bringing in captain jack, tyrus thomas, trading okafor for chandler (okafor isnt as good as i thought), drafting augustin and developing gerald wallace to be the man ( i love his game). but lets face it, theres more work to be done. if MJ cant make improvements next season or the next, he may not succeed like jerry buss did but he wont be as awful as isaiah thats for sure
30 Mar 10
well, making it to the playoffs is not enough. you have to go deeper. if MJ wants to please the charlotte natives, the fans and the bobcats as a franchise then going deeper has to be the goal, if possible winning it all. unless he does not want his franchise to end up as the next grizzlies, clippers or warriors, wherein they only end up making the playoffs, then he has to plan to go all though out. besides, he wasnt the great michael jordan because he appeared in the playoffs numerous times
1 Apr 10
Thing is, Jordan has been handling the basketball affairs of the Charlotte Bobcats even before he bought majority shares on the team. He was the one who brought Legendary Coach Larry Brown in and revamped the lineup into a competitive one this season. He wasn't visible in games though. Well I guess that ought to change now that he is officially the owner of the Bobcats.
30 Mar 10
I think Michael Jordan can handle the Charlotte Bobcats team in a more organize way. First, because Michael Jordan is a legend. Being legend of course you have so many experience in the current field you are in. Michael Jordan knows many basketball plays that he can teach to Charlotte Bobcats as a team owner. Michael Jordan personally can encourage the players in Charlotte Bobcats through his personal testimony in playing a basketball and how to become a legend