27 reasons why nobody will ever top Michael Jordan

[post_page_title]March 17, 2010[/post_page_title]
Just four years after he became minority owner of the Bobcats, Jordan became the majority owner of the team after the NBA Board of Governors approved his $275 million purchase. At the time, Jordan said that becoming the majority owner of the team is the culmination of his post-playing career goal. Since the team changed its name to the Charlotte Hornets and the team has fluctuated over the years, still failing to finish a season above .600.
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