As LeBron James continues to garner more accolades and praise, the comparisons between he and Michael Jordan will only grow louder.
Here are five Windy City athletes who looked the weirdest playing for a team other than the one they’re best known for.
Michael Jordan takes his brand very, very seriously.
For the first time, former Bulls and Lakers coach Phil Jackson is making the comparison the sporting world has waited for.
In many ways, LeBron, Wade & Co. strikes me as Chicago’s new version of the Detroit Pistons’ “Bad Boys,” the hated mountain that the Michael Jordan-era Bulls once had to climb. And while losing to the Heat again is disappointing indeed, just like with the Pistons, this series loss will only make victory all the sweeter when the Bulls finally do beat them.
If it’s even true it’s not less impressive because—and I can only speak from what others have told me—food poisoning is one of the worst non-life-threatening non-Nicholas Cage movie things one can experience.
We all remember Michael Jordan’s famous “flu game.” The night before Game 5 of the 1997 NBA Finals, Jordan became terribly ill with what we all thought was flu.
Let’s all stop the stupidity over Brian Urlacher needing to keep some kind of pristine connection to the Bears, as if the mere sight of him limping around the field in any other colors is somehow unthinkable.
A lawyer for a woman who says Michael Jordan fathered her teenage son has withdrawn her paternity suit, but left open the possibility that it could be refiled.
Michael Jordan and his fiancée Yvette Prieto applied to get married in the state of Florida this week.
Basketball legend Michael Jordan appears ready to get married again.
Reality checks are necessary every now and then.
Chicagoans can be forgiven for assuming that their hard-ass NBA coach has burned out his connection to the team. It has happened before.
According to court documents obtained by TMZ, NBA Hall of Famer Michael Jordan is being sued by a woman who claims he fathered her 16-year-old son.
The Joliet Slammers of the Frontier League have offered the Hall of Famer the chance to come play baseball again.
The numerous retrospective looks at Jordan’s impressive accomplishments should simply be proud opportunities for those who enjoyed his work so thoroughly.
As the now 50-year-old Michael Jordan reflected back on his career, he still stands by his Hall Of Face induction speech, which was widely derided at petty, vindictive and arrogant.
Michael Jordan turned 50 on Sunday, giving this year’s All-Stars a chance to reflect on his illustrious career and how much he still means to the sport.
“It was hard for me,” Kidd-Gilchrist told USA Today before playing in the Rising Stars Challenge rookie-sophomore game Friday night. “I lost. He’s the greatest man that ever played the game.
Just one email this week, actually. This person was so moved by a sports column that he felt compelled to type all this and click send.