(Video) NBA: Vince Carter Says He Would Beat Michael Jordan in a Dunk Contest at 24

It’s a general consensus that Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time.  Dunking was also a big part of Jordan’s repertoire but he’s not considered the very best by all in that category.  Vince Carter aka Vinsanity is regarded by some as having the best in-game dunk and among the best in the dunk contest.  So Jordan vs. Carter in the dunk contest, both 24-years-old?  Vince is going with himself.


Sports: LaVar Ball’s Teammate Says It’s Laughable He Thinks He Could Beat Jordan & Averaged 2.2 pts

LaVar Ball had a real decent name for himself becoming successful and producing three young men with amazing basketball skills.  Ball has since become known as the loud-mouthed sports dad with his outrageous claims.  While it’s GREAT to see a father believe in his sons, Ball has gone off the deep end now saying he could’ve beat Michael Jordan back in his heyday.


(Video) NBA: Marvin Williams Posterized Bismack Biyombo So Bad That Even Michael Jordan Had To Laugh

image via: IFWT IG You know you just did something epic on the basketball court if the GOAT reacts to it. Last night in Charlotte, the Hornets blew out the Orlando Magic by 38 points but that wasn’t the story of the night. Nope, the story of the night belonged to the gruesome, posterizing dunk that Marvin Williams threw down over Bismack Biyombo.


(Video) NBA: Allen Iverson Picks Michael Jordan Crossover as His Best Moment; MJ Has Funny Response

Allen Iverson has a lot of memorable moments in his Hall of Fame career, but his crossover on Michael Jordan remains supreme to many, including AI himself.  The legendary move became The Answer’s introduction to the big leagues.


NBA: Michael Jordan & Adam Silver Help Squash Beef Between Charles Oakley & James Dolan

It appears the beef between Charles Oakley and James Dolan has been squashed and it’s thanks to Michael Jordan who was part of the meeting with the guys and the NBA commissioner Adam Silver.


NBA: Phil Jackson Reportedly Got Michael Jordan Involved To Calm Down Charles Oakley But It Was Too Late

image via: youtube When all the drama was going on with Charles Oakley and Madison Square Garden security on Wednesday night, Phil Jackson saw the situation escalating and called the only person he could think of, Michael Jordan. MJ and Oakley remain close friends to this day and Phil hoped some words from the GOAT might help calm Oakley down. Only problem was that Phil made the phone call too little, too late.


NBA: Warriors Owner ‘Hurt’ Michael Jordan Said ’73 Don’t Mean Sh-t’ Without a Championship Ring

Last season the Golden State Warriors finished with a 73-9 record, beating the 1995-96 Chicago Bulls (72-10) for best NBA record.  Unlike the Bulls, however, the Warriors didn’t win the NBA championship, instead, they lost to the Cleveland Cavaliers who staged an epic comeback after infamously being down 3-1.  Warriors owner Joe Lacob says Michael Jordan, who is the current owner of the Charlotte Hornets and a member of that 96′ Bulls team, isn’t impressed with the Warriors new record.  Lacob says Jordan relayed his thoughts when they had dinner in New York with other team owners during the collective bargaining agreement negotiations.


(Video) NBA: LOL Allen Iverson Says Michael Jordan is Too Old to Join BIG3: ‘He Ain’t Doing This Sh-t’

Allen Iverson and several other former NBA players were out in New York City on Wednesday to present Ice Cube’s new BIG3 summer league, in which Iverson will be a player/coach.  AI was asked if he’ll try to recruit Michael Jordan for the league and his answer was hilarious.


(Video) NBA: Michael Jordan, Kobe Bryant & More Give Most Memorable Moments from Obama Presidency

Tonight President Barack Obama is giving his farewell address.  We’re all VERY sadly saying goodbye to the first black president, as it’s soon time for Donald Trump to be sworn in as the 45th President of the United States.  The White House put together a compilation video of people’s most memorable moments from the Obama Presidency.  Jerry Seinfeld, Michael Jordan, and Kobe Bryant were among those featured.


NBA: Lebron Is Not Here For The Jordan Comparisons “There’s No Similarities In Our Game, At All”

photo credit: youtube Lebron James came into the NBA back in 2003 and was constantly hailed as the next Michael Jordan. The comparisons never stopped and have only grown louder over the years with his success but he seems to be tiring of it. Bron no longer needs to be compared to anyone or mentioned as “the next” anything because he is the first Lebron. There has never been a player in the league like him with all things considered and during the Cavs pre-game shoot around yesterday before their game against the Celtics, he made it clear there should be no comparisons between himself and the GOAT.


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