Grizzlies owner Robert J. Pera challenged Michael Jordan to a game of one-on-one for a million dollars to charity, but Jordan calls is "comical."
The owner of the Memphis Grizzlies, Robert J. Pera has taken to Twitter to challenge more people to a game of one-on-one including Mark Cuban, and even Michael Jordan.
O.J. Mayo isn't happy with the footage released of him playing Michael Jordan back when Mayo was still in high school.
During a recent interview, MJ told a story of how a young Mayo was talking trash and going at him at Jordan's own camp. This in turn cause Mike to actually try, at which point he shut young O.J. down and scored countless easy buckets on him.
Michael Jordan sat down with NBA 2K for an "uncensored" interview, and besides asking him about "twerking," they asked MJ who he would have liked to play one-on-one against in his prime. Naming legends like Jerry West and Elgin Baylor, Jordan also said Kobe Bryant and LeBron James.
With the release of NBA 2K14 and LeBron James on the cover, the running theme has been "can LeBron become the greatest ever?"
In promotion of the game, Michael Jordan was interviewed and asked about playing one-on-one against some of the greatest NBA players of all time such as Jerry West, Elgin Baylor, Kobe Bryant, and the game's cover athlete LeBron James.