MJ about LeBron before he joined the NBA: "He may think he's great enough to be on this level now,but when he gets on this level and plays against guys who've been competitive and very good on this level, he's going to find it's a big difference from that 5-10 high school kid."
"I think think he's talented for 18 years old," said Jordan. "Once he gets to this level, I don't think he's in the upper echelon of two guards or small forwards. I think he's toward the bottom -- respectively so, because there's so much about his game that he's going to have to adapt to. He has unbelievable potential. I think that's what everybody is looking at, everybody is raving about. But he hasn't played against competition consistently, college or pros. He's played against high school kids ... You have to give that some credence.
"When you look at the skill level and his maturity at his age, he's definitely talented enough. Five years from now? If he takes on the dedication of being the best basketball player he can be, and continues to improve and accept challenges and not get comfortable with what's been given to him or what the expectations may be, he could definitely be a good pro."
MJ revealing his talent evaluation chops yet again.
In this one area MJ and Magic are pretty evenly matched
How dare you not mention Knicks president of basketball operations legend Isiah Thomas
To be fair, Isiah was great at drafting players.
MJ probably would’ve picked Darko first to pair with Kwame Brown.,
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