Michael Jordan ruined my childhood. Saying I will forever have nightmares clouding my thoughts on account of Jordan is selling myself pretty short. I couldn't look at a picture of the guy without welling up and wanting to lose my lunch. The memories of watching the elegant rise, fling, and fall of the basketball, the clock reading 5.2 seconds, and the prototypical pose cemented it all. Forever and ever. That's what true mastery is. Being so damn good that the guy will forever haunt the opposition and be the subject of insurmountable joyous conversations up until the very last breath. That's what Michael Jordan was and, in a sense, still is. The now 46-year-old Tar Heel, Bull, and Wizard was inducted into the Hall of Fame last week. His speech, acceptance, and overall demeanor were met with ...
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