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As bad as the Bobcats are (though they’re technically a playoff team at this point), giving up that many points in a game, including 25 in one quarter, says something about the way they were playing LeBron.
Don’t look now, Bulls fans, but this guy is on pace to become the greatest Chicago Bull of all time.
You’d think that anything Michael Jordan once touched would be worth its weight in gold, but apparently sleeping in the same penthouse His Airness once called home isn’t appealing (performance anxiety, perhaps?) — at least not for the prices listed.
The musical notes signify Kanye sung those words (though your definition of singing might not include “auto-tuned talking”). An entire song. About M.J. In front of a sold-out crowd. We’re not kidding — this really happened. And no, you will not be able to get it out of your head for the rest of the day once you hear it…
Earlier this year, Michael Jordan (or, more accurately, his real estate people) tried to unload this 7-acre compound for $29 million. Now they’re just asking for $13 million — and still, no one’s biting. This isn’t the kind of tanking the Bobcats owner should be psyched about.