Michael Jordan Reminds Everyone Why He’s The GOAT Of Basketball

Michael Jordan Reminds Everyone Why He’s The GOAT Of Basketball

James Harden and Russell Westbrook have been showing why they are both Western Conference All-Stars with their own respective and impressive streaks.

On the issue of which deed was more difficult to pull off, Jordan said with a smile, "Which is harder, from a player standpoint?" Harden's streak is the longest since the NBA-ABA merger in 1976-77, though Chamberlain holds the all-time record with 65 consecutive 30-point games during the 1961-62 season.

Michael Jordan was calmly, even quietly, answering questions Tuesday about the NBA All-Star Game when he slyly allowed his legendary competitiveness to emerge.

While this remains to be one of the biggest coups in league history, Jordan allegedly did get a lot of help from the association. The NBA approved the purchase with Jordan putting up just $30 million in cash, according to the Charlotte Observer, an arrangement the league would nearly certainly not approve today. Harden will be suiting up for Team LeBron and Russ will be playing for Team Giannis, and Jordan will likely be closely watching.

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Forbes Magazine estimated Jordan's net worth in 2018 at $1.6 billion and Hornets president Fred Whitfield said he anticipates the All-Star game will have a $100 million economic impact on Charlotte.

Jordan's mentality is why he was so dominant on the court.

"I think when it's all over", James Jordan said of his brother, "he will sit back and relax and maybe smoke a cigar and say 'that was a great event, ' and just be really proud of himself that he made it happen". It is said that at that point in time, the league was also highly invested in the five-time champion's purchase of an National Basketball Association franchise.

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