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MICHAEL JORDAN ENDED THE CHANCES OF TEAMING UP WITH CHARLES BARKLEY IN 2001: "I THINK CHARLES WILL BE GETTING THE MESSAGE, KWAME BROWN CAN PLAY MULTIPLE POSITIONS."

SEP 9, 2021  (22H46)      MICHAEL BLANCO
"We feel like we have a quality kid and his potential is unbelievable," Jordan said, via The Washington Post. "We don't know what this kid is capable of doing, that's the beauty of why we drafted him. We don't know. In a couple of years he may be a star."

"We did this draft as if I was nowhere around," Jordan said. "I was doing my job for what the Wizards pay me to do, which is to evaluate talent and try to put together the best basketball team possible. If I decide to play it's only going to add to what's happening."

"My ribs are feeling a lot better," he said, via ESPN.

"I'm just glad his little ribs are all right," said Barkley. "He's been whining about it for two, three weeks now."

"I'm still the boss, I have a bunch of players coming to Washington, D.C., and I may not need another," Jordan replied.

"I'm not sure I would even consider coming unless you up the ante," Chuck told him.

"Yeah, I think maybe staying with TNT is your best bet," said Jordan.
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