"It's gone on long enough," said a source close to Jordan. "Michael is not going to sit by while some kid attempts to forge a new basketball legacy in Chicago. Michael is adamant that he always be the King of Chicago. So Derrick must die."
Despite Rose winning NBA Rookie of the Year two seasons ago and making the All-Star team last year, Jordan reportedly did not become threatened by the 22 year-old star until very recently.
"Mike didn't think Rose would ever be much of a player," said a Charlotte Bobcats staff member who wished to remain anonymous, "because he is a terrible, terrible, terrible judge of talent. Just terrible. Really, a few years ago he was worried that Kirk Hinrich would challenge all of his Bulls records. Derrick even being a serviceable NBA player caught Michael by complete surprise."
Drinking makes playing for the Bobcats easier.
Scene: A golf course. Michael Jordan's cell phone rings. Jordan finishes his putt, snuffs out his cigar and picks up the phone.
Why? Because it's fun.
The video below was, of course, prompted by this:
I don't think I will ever tire of seeing that commercial from three very long years ago. I won't even tire of it long after Adam Morrison is out of the NBA. (So this February or thereabouts.)
"And when I get to the NBA, more people will cry." Classic.
Yeah, the Bobcats for giving you all that money. ZING!
And their owners for hiring Michael Jordan. Incompetence ZING!
I just hope Morrison, now on the Lakers (still somehow) didn't go to the recent Lamar Odom-Khloe Kardashian wedding. Seeing true love like that get celebrated in public before all those who care about them, as well as fame-leeching groupies and reality stars, would just be very very I don't want to it's just that BWAAA-HOO-HOO-HOO-HOO