Michael Jordan is arguably the best basketball player of all time.
He's also arguably one of the worst talent evaluators of all time.
An iron fist has been cast over the Charlotte Bobcats since Michael Jordan arrived as talent evaluator, minority owner, president of basketball operations and eventually majority owner of the team.
That iron first that he has clinched so tightly for over a decade (spanning all the way back to the Washington Wizards) is finally being loosened. Perhaps realizing his way just isn't working, Jordan has finally relinquished his grasp of the Charlotte Bobcats, handing the controls over to Rich Cho.
Rich Cho, thankfully, knows how to evaluate basketball talent.
Not all of Jordan's decisions have been abominable, but many of them have been quite devastating. This is a franchise that has only made the postseason once in its existence (also its only winning season) and just finished a historically bad season.
It's time to take a look back at some of the terrible decisions Jordan has made over the course of his career as a basketball executive.