Michael Jordan, and What I Learned About Life

Posted: 10th September 2009 by Carl Stine in NBA
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While some folks hate Michael Jordan and everything he stands for (John Stockton) others worship him with a blind adoration, turning a blind eye to his every fault. Me, I learned some things from Michael. Mainly about fathers...you see, my dad is a pastor, but he has always been a basketball fan. When I was a kid he even coached for a while. My first introduction to Michael was when my dad and I sat down with a group of teenagers in his youth group to watch the Finals in 1992. The Bulls were playing the Trail Blazers and Clyde "the Glide" Drexler. I was hooked. We lived in Connecticut, and at the time the Celtics were pretty bad. The Knicks, however, were a different story. The Knicks had John Starks, Anthony Mason, and Patrick Ewing. If there was any way to express the way I feel to this ...

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