Could LeBron James Play for Michael Jordan and Be King of the Queen City?

April 30th, 2010 by Hadarii Jones Leave a reply »
New York Times columnist William Rhoden recently penned an article which discussed the reasons LeBron James should choose to join Michael Jordan in Charlotte when the free agency signing period commences, and although the idea may sound far-fetched, Rhoden may be on to something.

It's no secret that James has idolized Jordan, and he even went as far to suggest his number should be retired league-wide, so what better way to pay the ultimate homage to your hero than by joining him in NBA battle?

Jordan became the first former NBA player to own majority stock in a team in the league's history, and his reception in Charlotte, since he assumed the supreme mantle of leadership, has motivated the city.

Former owner Bob Johnson's indifference to the city and its potential fan base forced an impasse, which was made worse by Johnson's absenteeism and his reluctance to improve the franchise.

Johnson viewed his club strictly as a business venture, and all of his decisions were made with the gain or loss of capital as the primary motivating factor, but Jordan offers a different opportunity.

Jordan is loved and respected throughout ...

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