MJ Could Still Dominate in 2014: Here Are 10 Reasons Why

As one of the fiercest competitors the game has ever seen, you know deep down, even though in his 50s, Michael Jordan probably thinks he can still play in the NBA. It’s tough to bet against MJ if he were to attempt a comeback, and you know he probably stays in decent shape being around Charlotte’s practice facility so much. With that being said, the crew at Champs Sports’ The Drop dive into 10 reasons why they think Jordan could still dominate in today’s NBA. Don’t miss the compelling argument by clicking the link below!



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  • Biga173rd

    Il say it once and il say it again. He is the GOAT. If this article does not wake you dumb Lebum and Kobe fans up I don’t know what else to say. MJ is the the Greatest.

    • http://www.twitter.com/a_okafor007 Anthony C. Okafor

      he didn’t dominate from 2001-2003 though

      • Biga173rd

        My dude he was old as hell and at the end of retirement. If it was prime MJ it be a different story he would eat everyone for breakfast and take seconds. Let me asked you this? How many 50 year old BBall players you know that still can go one on one with anyone like mike??


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