Michael Jordan does no wrong, he has no flaws… he’s superman. The number 23 Chicago Bulls jersey was a guise for his clandestinely celestial, un-human Godlike superpowers.
Folks, let’s cut the crap. Everybody quits. Everybody quits.
Let me repeat it for the third time: everybody quits.
If you’re working a part time job while in college and you quit when you graduate because you have new opportunities, aren’t you accountable? There’s no shame. If you are married and you get a divorce, aren’t you quitting the marriage? There’s no shame in that. According to a bunch of BS statistics that may or may not be correct, most Americans in the 21st century divorce from their spouses. Usually younger people, I’d guess. Lots of ‘quitters’, right?
It seems like when a lot of people remember Michael Jordan’s career, they have selective memory, and so they come up with excuses and baseless reasons to validate his flaws.
Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all-time, but he’s a human being. In fact, believe it or not, but he always has been. He cheated on his wife, excessively gambled, punched a teammate, quit two sports (retired from basketball three different times), was selfish…
By Troy Sparks – Troy’s Thoughts On Sports, Jabberhead, SJ Contributing Author