Given, the beef between the Detroit Pistons and Chicago Bulls during that era was legendary, and that alone would've gave Mike enough enough cover to admit that was the reason he kept Isiah off the team. But instead he pointed fingers away from himself and now we have this.
Lawyers for Daniel Green, the man convicted of killing Michael Jordan's dad, claim evidence of police misconduct could help clear their client.
Conversations about race are awkward for most people. But at a certain point, confrontation is the only tool left at our disposal. Martin Luther King is remembered for his non-violent approach to activism, but even Dr. King developed a more militant mindset as he saw the nature of the beast he was up against. So […]
The internet spent the day digesting Jordan's response, divided between ecstatic to cautious because of his long storied history with distancing himself from social justice issues. Jordan's persona at times appeared to be "business first," and his silence in regards to previous police shootings stirred up strong frustrations.
More than 20 years after Michael Jordan's dad James was murdered, the alleged killer's lawyer is trying to get his client out of jail.
In 2014, the businessman made $100 million dollars from his Air Jordan brand -- he only raked in $94 million during his 15-year-career.
BREAKING: Jury says Safeway, Dominick's owner, has to pay Michael Jordan $8.9 MILLION for this ad in SI in 2009 pic.twitter.com/DD6O7Rt3D9 — Darren Rovell (@darrenrovell)…