Michael Jordan: 6 National Basketball Association titles tougher than James Harden, Russell Westbrook streaks

Michael Jordan answered a question about James Harden and Russell Westbrook with a boast about his ring count. More

Michael Jordan answered a question about James Harden and Russell Westbrook with a boast about his ring count. More

Jordan was asked which was harder, from a player'd standpoint, to achieve: James Harden's streak of 30 straight 30-point games or Russell Westbrook's 10 straight triple doubles. "Six championships, by all means", Jordan said at a press conference on Tuesday.

Michael Jordan owns approximately 90 percent of the Charlotte Hornets with the current estimated value of the team at $1.2 billion. A question about a pair of high-profile participants in the contest, James Harden and Russell Westbrook, gave Jordan just the opening he needed to remind the world that the National Basketball Association has had no greater star than himself.

Jordan, who won six titles with the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s, praised both players for what they're doing, noting that both streaks are hard to accomplish. These are some pretty incredible personal accomplishments but for National Basketball Association legend Michael Jordan, there is one accomplishment that is much more impressive. The GOAT took the opportunity to take a shot at both Harden and Westbrook on Tuesday.

Ladies and gentlemen, that's just a classic line from Jordan.

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"I think getting the All-Star game here is an accomplishment that will go on his list, and it will stand out for him because it's really not about him", said James Jordan Jr., Michael's older brother. As a team owner, Jordan is now more invested in that success than ever before, and he's apparently not above letting people know that he had more than a little something to do with it in his own right.

"It's an illustration of the type of players we are trying to draft and grow from within", Jordan said.

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

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