Michael Jordan attempts to sell majority stake in Hornets
When you’re so incredibly talented at something, it tends to give you a false sense of trust in other areas of your life. Perhaps no one wants to be ostracized from a star’s inner circle in order to grow into yes-men, or a player’s competitive spirit may lead them to believe that anything is possible. I’m not a sports psychologist (I only play one on the internet) so I’m not sure why this keeps happening.
Many athletes think that being able to buy nice clothes makes them fashionistas, when in reality Russell Westbrook only wears used clothes Jeans. Guys start content companies and then do a bunch of vanity projects that they want the public to praise, objectivity and originality dammit.
But if you’re really successful, like Michael Jordan, then actually do it think you can fly. And that gave us some great unintentional comedy. From Baseball to Running with the Bobcats/hornets, his choice of jeans and facial hair, his airiness doesn’t have variety at the Gambino child level, and that’s okay. Knowing your limits is key to the path to happiness so let’s try to help MJ instead of hurting him, and point out a few things he should never do again.
https://deadspin.com/michael-jordan-nba-charlotte-hornets-lebron-baseball-1850237700 Michael Jordan attempts to sell majority stake in Hornets