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Michael Jordan complains 'super teams' hurting National Basketball Association competition

Michael Jordan complains 'super teams' hurting National Basketball Association competition

In a recent interview with Cigar Aficionado magazine, Michael Jordan admitted that he isn't a fan of the "superteam" era and is concerned with what it means for the league as a whole. "You're going to have one or two teams that are going to be great, and another 28 teams that are going to be garbage". "That's more for PR, for selling stories and getting hype".

"I never played against Wilt Chamberlain", he said. They never played in the same tournament. They never played with the same equipment.

Woods has not played a competitive round of golf since the Dubai Desert Classic in February earlier this year. I never played against Jerry West. He promised not to smoke more than one a day, presumably lighting up his other daily five from slightly less premium brands.

The Life and Times of Tiger Woods sure is a contrasting story so far and former National Basketball Association superstar Michael Jordan has leapt to the defence of his friend.

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As for what Woods accomplished on the course - 79 wins and 14 majors - Jordan has a unique perspective on that, too. Now, does that constitute him being the greatest? "To say he's any less than Jack, I think, is unfair".

Micheal Jordan and his 90's Bulls won six championships in that decade. Bill Russell won 11. "No, because we played in different eras". He underwent a fourth back surgery in April, but recently has posted videos of himself hitting iron shots. Tell us what you think. And then we have to be adults, we have to make sound decisions. So now I'm sitting in a vehicle for nearly an hour and a half, and I'm very tense. Tiger played at his peak somewhere towards the end of my career. What changed between that timeframe to now - social media, Twitter, all those types of things that have invaded the personality and personal time of individuals.

He also talked about his friend Tiger Woods, the 14-time Major victor struggling to return to golf after multiple back operations, and said he himself might not have "survived in this Twitter time".