22.03.2012 [Goal.com America] - By Mark Doyle After watching Lionel Messi become Barcelona's all-time record goalscorer in suitably scintillating fashion on Tuesday night, Pep Guardiola was asked if the Argentine had become football's equivalent of basketball legend Michael Jordan.
Michael-Hakim Jordan, also referred to as Michael Jordan (born June 24, 1977 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania), is an American professional basketball player with Phoenix Hagen of the Basketball Bundesliga.
The last level. The final battle. The final countdown. Will we succeed? Will we fail? Will there be another video? Just how atrocious is the ending to this game? By PsychatrogLP... - 29.03.2009, Viddler
13.04.2012 [Opposing Views] - As a member of the Hall of Fame, he will join an exclusive club which currently counts such basketball greats as Michael Jordan, MagicJohnson, and Bill Russell as members. While I am happy for Miller, I do have one question.
12.04.2012 [NBA.com] - Michael Jordan was already there when Krause took over as head of basketball operations, but Krause traded for Scottie Pippen, Bill Cartwright, Dennis Rodman and Luc Longley; signed Ron Harper, John Paxson, Scott Williams, Steve Kerr and Bill
11.04.2012 [New York Times (blog)] - He was seen by many as the heir to Michael Jordan. It is hard to explain to younger basketball fans, but from 1994 to 1998, Penny Hardaway was a star so famous and so talented that he was rivaling Michael Jordan in popularity. Even harder is explaining
10.04.2012 [Connect Savannah.com] - By Jim Morekis Michael Jordan - the local filmmaker, not the basketball superstar - is a busy man these days. First coming to local prominence as an anchor with WSAV, he has since gone on to a successful career as an independent videojournalist.
13.04.2012 [Yahoo! Sports] - Whether you wanted to throw a football like Joe Montana or shoot a basketball like Michael Jordan, almost everyone admired some sports figure. But what about those great players who actually did throw that football or score that basket, who were they