I can accept failure. Everyone fails at something. But I can't accept not trying. - Jordan, Michael. I Can't Accept Not Trying : Michael Jordan on the Pursuit of Excellence. San Francisco, CA: HarperSanFrancisco, 1994. p. 12
12.04.2012 [ESPN (blog)] - forward Tony Parker learned that he'd be suiting up for the East in the 2012 Jordan Brand Classic at Time Warner Cable Arena in Charlotte (7 pm ET Saturday on ESPN), he was most excited about the fact that he'd get the chance to meet Michael Jordan.
13.04.2012 [AllAfrica.com] - Michael Jordan is retired, for God's sake! Why are men's clothes still so loose? This tired fad has allowed men to become relaxed about their fitness. Men have turned soft. Many are turning to obesity like a new religion. Women must protest this!
09.04.2012 [NBA.com (blog)] - Think about the 90s with Michael Jordan, Clyde Drexler, Reggie Miller, Joe Dumars, Mitch Richmond, Allan Houston, Steve Smith, Nick Anderson, Jeff Hornacek, John Starks, Hersey Hawkins, Latrell Sprewell, Ron Harper, and the list goes on and on…
11.04.2012 [ESPN (blog)] - And beginning with the era of Michael Jordan's Bulls, such players commonly won titles -- 11 of 13 champions starred iron men in the 3000 club, very often Jordan himself. But something changed in the NBA about the time Larry Brown's Pistons won the
21.03.2012 [CNN (blog)] - According to Winston's lady friend, he's the "Michael Jordan of trivia. ... He's like a trivia God!" Naturally, Winston gets jealous and (unsuccessfully) tries to cheat at trivia. His lady friend reassures him: "I don't want some smart, ripped guy
02.04.2012 [NBA.com (blog)] - by Micah Hart Michael Jordan may not be able to dazzle on the basketball court like he once did in his heyday, but that's the beauty of golf. You can still pull off magic at the age of 49 the same way you did as a younger man: Seen something that
22.03.2012 [ESPN (blog)] - They happened to come from Michael Jordan, during the news conference for his second retirement in 1999. Lacy was the only journalist Jordan mentioned by name while up on the dais that afternoon. It's fitting, because Lacy was exceptional.