Michael Jordan On Superteams: "28 Teams Are Going To Be Garbage"

Michael Jordan On Superteams:

Michael Jordan concerned about NBA super teams

Count Michael Jordan among those who are not fans of the NBA's recent "superteam" trend.

"You're never going to say who's the greatest of all time", Jordan said. I won six championships.

Before returning to his native Cleveland, James teamed up with Miami mainstay Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh to form a Heat "superteam" that won two titles and appeared in four straight Finals from 2010-11 to 2013-14. In an interview with Cigar Aficionado - apparently the GOAT smokes six cigars a day - Jordan said he thinks concentrating the league's talent on a couple of teams has hurt the National Basketball Association from a competitive standpoint. He's in a very unique situation.

The fight for small market teams; like his Hornets, having a better way to hold onto their stars has been revised with the addition of supermax contracts, which have allowed the likes of James Harden and Russell Westbrook to nail multi-year extensions for lucrative amounts. "I would never say one is greater than the other".

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"I don't know if I could have survived in this Twitter time where you don't have the privacy you would want. I think you're going to see these things have a way of working themselves out over time". Tiger played at his peak somewhere towards the end of my career. And the what changed between that timeframe to now - social media, Twitter, all those types of things that has invaded their personality and their personal times as individuals. "To now say that one is greater than the other is being a little bit unfair". All they think about is he batted.202, and he struck out a certain number of times.

On possibly coaching: "No".

"I have no patience for coaching". "My biggest problem from a competitive standpoint is the focus of today's athlete".

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