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Discussion in 'Pistons and NBA' started by rapsfan, Aug 8, 2010.
I totally forgot about Michael Jordan. Some guys will do that, you know.
Goldwire isn't on the list?
He is in a league all by himself.
Michael Jordan was most famous as the inventor of McJordan BBQ sauce. He also spent time as a professional athlete in the sports of baseball, basketball, and roulette. Sent from my SPH-L710 using Tapatalk 2
Sorry, I thought we were listing players who thought they were PGs.
Lol you're a Disliking Rodney Hipster.
I'm currently rocking a pretty sweet "playoff" beard and I listened some old Brian Jonestown Massacre on the way to work today. ...I've also been known to take my work home with me in a messenger bag.
As long as you don't wear corduroy or shoes without laces, you should be ok.
I've heard of Jordan Knight from The New Kids On The Block. I know of Traci Jordan on 30 Rock. I know that Joe Dumars has a kid named Jordan. I can't say that I remember this "Michael" Jordan.
Maybe this will jog your memory: McJordan BBQ sauce from '92 sells near $10K - Chicago Bulls - ESPN Chicago Here's a picture of him during a meeting with his boss:
Ronald looks so happy that it is kind of creepy.
Would you find it creepier if I told you that was Pippen?
Ronald probably just won $100, 000 when Jordan missed that putt. Sent from my SPH-L710 using Tapatalk 2
Which one is Jordan?
He was the catcher.
The one with the striped shirt.
I think that I would remember a red haired, painfully white basketball player. This Jordan guy looks like a clown.
Nice article by silvertongue on Jose: Getting to Know You | THE OFFICIAL SITE OF THE DETROIT PISTONS This part is priceless: This though worries me: Is this an admittance that Knight/Stuckey/Bynum were all unable to run plays? Is this Frank offloading blame to incompetent PGs? Either way I don't like this quote.
I just read the article that Walter just linked and I am honestly tearing up a bit. It is so awesome to think of the Pistons as finally having some leadership and a point guard that is working his hardest to get everyone involved. I can only imagine how all of the other players are feeling right now knowing that this veteran is looking out for them. Ultimately, Jose may not be here long term but I think all of our young players are learning extremely valuable lessons and are seeing what real veteran leadership looks like. The image of Prince makes me want to punch a wall right now after reading this. Moose must be like....o m g this is what Tay was supposed to be? I got ripped off! Feelin warm and fuzzy.
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