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Bobcats owner-to-be Jordan takes hands-on approach

So MJ apparently showed up at practice for the third time since he's been an owner of the team (that I'm aware of, and since it's been made a big deal of by reporters every time, I'm assuming that's all.) Maybe this is a sign of good things to come, maybe not. It's clearly not a new era of accountability in Bobbieland; Jordan refused to talk to reporters at all. But beyond all that, here's the part I was most amused by: Gerald Henderson not only beat him in one, but two games of H-O-R-S-E! One wonders whether Stephen Graham could beat Jordan in a single game of O-X.

Bobcats Draw Interest

It appears MJ isn't the only person interested in bailing us out from the disaster that's been Bob Johnson as the majority owner. George Postolos, a Harvard-educated Houston businessman, has recently visited the city to check out the Bobcats' facilities and to inspect the financial status of the team. He has experience not only as the CEO and President of the Houston Rockets, but also as a special assistant to NBA commissioner David Stern, a role in which he dealt with CBA, TV rights, and marketing issues. For the Rockets, he was heavily involved in financing the Toyota Center as well as the negotiations with China to allow Yao Ming to play in the NBA.

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