On Tuesday, Michael Jordan made headlines when he said he could beat LeBron James one-on-one in his prime during an ESPN interview. During that same interview, Jordan also shared an interesting story of how he schooled O.J. Mayo, who was in high school at the time, at one of his camps.
The folks over at Larry Brown Sports have tracked down the video of Jordan vs. Mayo at the 2006 camp, and you can clearly see that MJ had his way with the high school star.
According to LBS, here's what's going on in the video: "In the video, the first clip is from a game Jordan played in front of the whole camp. After that clip comes four highlights from the game where Jordan taught Mayo the lesson. You can see Jordan beat Mayo in every way possible in the game."
After the news broke Tuesday, Mayo took to Twitter to explain his side of the story.
You don't talk trash unless you doin some work!!! Lol #onmyMOMMA— OJ Mayo (@JuiceMayo32) October 1, 2013
Also I have the Tape!!! #onmyMOMMA lol he got the best of me (of course) but please believe that I made him turnUp!! Lol— OJ Mayo (@JuiceMayo32) October 1, 2013
No shame in losing to the G.O.A.T.