Charlotte Bobcats: 3 Ways Michael Jordan Has Hurt the Team Since Acquiring It

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Charlotte Bobcats: 3 Ways Michael Jordan Has Hurt the Team Since Acquiring It
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Great player, horrible owner

In 2006, Michael Jordan became part-owner of the Charlotte Bobcats. In 2010, he became majority-owner. Who would have thought MJ would hurt and cause the downfall of the latest expansion team?

As a player, Jordan was the best player around, and he will be remembered as arguably the best player to ever play basketball. As an owner, MJ will always be remembered, but not in a good way.

Jordan will go down in history as the majority-owner of the worst team in NBA history percentage-wise. The Bobcats finished the 2011-2012 season with a record of 7-59, good for a .106 win percentage.

So how does a great player become such a bad owner?

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