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November-23rd-2004, 01:20 AM
So many players could have taken advantage of the great oppurtunity to learn from Michael Jordan. Rip Hamilton was the only one. Kwame Brown didn't play well till Jordan left. They (that particular team) didn't understand the rare chance they had.Stackhouse leaving your team, as well as gainin Antawn Jamison, is a great sign. Good Luck Wizards fans, you may have more fun this season than me, a Pacer fan.
November-25th-2004, 12:59 AM
You obviously know very little of what happened in Jordan's short tenure in charge in Washington. There was very little the players could learn from MJ except that you wouldn't get chastised and yelled at if you were a "yes man" like Doug Collins.
November-25th-2004, 02:35 AM
And "Rip" wasn't to happy to have MJ around either.
November-25th-2004, 03:55 AM
Sorry to say but except for attendance, he MJ stint in DC was a disaster
November-25th-2004, 10:15 AM
I think that the players have a great opportunity to learn from Jordan. He's teaching them to play defense, and play as a team, and how to win games. He's finally bringing us out of the gutter of NBA teams, unlike some other guy named Jordan, but we can't possibly talk about that because it would bring negativity to the legacy of MJ. So instead, lets just keep talking about how good of a coach Eddie Jordan is.
November-25th-2004, 09:59 PM
Why are we talking about Michael Jordan?
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