After a tumultuous start to his career as a basketball executive, it seems like Michael Jordan has his sights on being the GOAT once again. This time it will stand for "Greatest Owner of All Time." He's got a long way to go to win over Charlotte fans, still somewhat soured on NBA basketball, much less gain national recognition for franchise building. But a recent article by Adrian Wojnarowski of Yahoo Sports signals the tide might be shifting towards a favorable outlook for Jordan as an owner and the Charlotte Hornets as a viable NBA franchise. We'll take a closer look and give our thoughts with the help of guest Dustin Phifer.
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