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It’s not Michael Jordan’s Fault.

“Maybe I destroyed the game.” 

A new commercial featuring Michael Jordan came out recently in which he asks .  Michael Jordan’s new commercial in the Jumpman23 campaign certainly seems to call out Lebron.  The commercial explains that nothing came easy for Michael Jordan.  Jordan was cut from his high school basketball team.  He went to college, worked on his game, and became the best player that ever lived.  Jordan’s highlights certainly ”didn’t start at the free throw line,” but all we seem to remember are his incredible highlights. His intense focus on the game off the court, made people believe his on court achievements were really that simple, when he did what we difficult.  He did what was necessary.  He stayed in Chicago when the Bulls weren’t winning championships.  He did what was great, he earned his legacy.

Lebron James has never been forced to do what he didn’t want to do.  When he lost the Ohio High School State Championship as a junior in high school, he left the court instead of following the sportsmanship that makes high school sports great. When he lost the Eastern Conference Finals, he didn’t bother to shake hands or talk to the media.  His career low numbers this season may be evidence that he should have been more focused on his game than The Decision.  As of right now, he has zero rings and zero legacy.  Jordan gives us a stark reminder of this fact.

 James is statistical anomaly (average a triple-double?) and an unreal physical talent.  His regular season accolades are countless, and he has had some playoff games where he absolutely exploded (i.e. – Cleveland at Detroit).  That is all the God-given skill that Michael Jordan alludes to.  But James isn’t cold blooded on the court like Kobe, he’s not clutch like Wade, and he’s certainly not a leader like Garnett.  What made MJ great was that he was the leader and the cold blooded clutch superstar.   That’s what staying on the court when you lose brings to the table.  His pain made him who he was on the court.  He speaks to that fact in his commercial.

It’s true that none of these players have ever won without the talent around them (Garnett with the big three, Wade with Shaq, and Kobe with Shaq or Gasol).  Lebron asked for Antwan Jamison and Shaquille O’Neil, and he recieved.  He asked to keep Varejao, and Andy’s contract was extended.  Gilbert went into the luxary tax to give James exactly what he wanted.  Jordan had help of his own, no doubt.  When he asked for help and received – he stuck around long enough to pull that talent together and the team to the promised land.

Michael Jordan was the first basketball player to truly commercialize basketball.  Perhaps this is what he alludes to when he says “maybe this is my fault.”  Lebron’s Nike “what should I do” commercial says “should I just sell shoes?”  Jordan’s incredible endorsement potential fed off his growing legacy and his loyalty to the Bulls organization.  James mortgaged his future on The Decision.  He put himself above the organizations that pursued him by holding out on them, he made himself bigger than basketball.  This isn’t Jordan’s fault by any stretch.  MJ earned all of his publicity, you can’t blame him for another player believing he deserves the same treatment without the hard work or the post season accomplishments.  Even though Jordan took basketball mainstream, it wasn’t his fault that Lebron transcended basketball and maybe it all about him.

So maybe Lebron shouldn’t be asking “what should I do.”  Jordan never had to ask that question.  Instead he lived out his career. Did things the right way.  Now all he can ask is “is this my fault.”

No Michael it’s not your fault.  You “became legendary”.  Lebron “is just making excuses”.

Judge for yourself – and be sure to comment. (Let’s keep it civil, please).
(http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cEVCjUG1Mww&feature=player_embedded This isn’t the commercial, it is a mashup of the Lebron and Jordan commercials)

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In response to “It’s not Michael Jordan’s Fault.”


  1. Christopher Rowe Nov 27 201011:15 am

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    The author makes some excellent points about the potential legend of LeBron James and the true legend of Michael Jordan. However, I fail to see any supporting evidence aside from the fact that James has zero rings while MJ, Kobe, Shaq, Wade and Garnett do. How many great players in history NEVER won a championship? How many players didn’t have the option of free agency or endorsement deals to encourage their public profile?

    I agree that “The Decision” and ESPN’s willingness to pander to LeBron in a way that is embarassing truly is what is wrong with modern sports and modern media but it doesn’t detract from James’ ability. How many years did Jordan play before the Bulls assembled their first championship? 7? So Lebron is still on pace and hjas plenty of time. In fact, Lebron has the advantage of age since he didn’t go to college.

    What is astounding is that when the President of the United States wnts to address the nation, he must pay for the privilege of using public airwaves at a commercial rate. When Lebron James wishes to announce his intentions, ESPN provides him full access to the ESPN Networks 24/7 completely gratis!!! Media pandering and bloated salaries and lack of gamesmanship and lack of hard knox are the problems here, not Lebron. The author alluded to some of this in saying that Lebron’s path to the NBA was easier than say MJ or Barkley or Erving or Magic or Karim or Bill Walton or John Havlicek or Mugsey Bogues. Fine. Whbat do you DO with the opportunity? That is what defines a career or a legend.

    Don’t hate the player, hate the game.

    1. Michael Watts Nov 27 201012:26 pm

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      Mr. Rowe –

      Let me begin by saying I appreciate your feedback.

      You also make some very good points. Let me begin at the top. Lebron has been in the league seven years. I’ll admit that Kobe Bryant wasn’t expected to be the star of the Lakers Franchise until after Shaq left, and that he struggled mightily once he lost him. Jordan took several years to take his team to the NBA finals. But Lebron never stuck around to get his team to that highest point. He ran out after centering a franchise around himself – he got the talent, the contracts, the endorsements, and the opportunity to lead a franchise in his home town. After all – he said seven years ago that “my main goal is to bring a championship back to Cleveland.”

      Many players were great, but being great is different than having a legacy or being a legend. Michael Jordan established himself as legendary no necessarily because of his post season play, but because of “The Shot”, the three-peats, etc. He had the patience to take what he was given and make a championship team, something Lebron did not do. In that sense, I think he really did ruin his legacy. Dwayne Wade is the cold blooded shooter on that team, and there is usually only room for one on any given team.

      The fact that “The Decision” occured is, as you mentioned, a problem with the game. Should Lebron have known better than to take that route? I certainly believe so. (Maybe that’s because I’m from Cleveland). But Jordan is hardly to blame. He commercialized the game, Air Jordan is the symbol of a the NBA in the 1990′s. But I don’t think he ever intended for it to get this far out of hand (to the point that networks would be falling all over themselves to televise an hour long program about where Lebron is going). In that sense, Jordan is not to blame, he didn’t destroy the game.

      Finally, with the President – no one is trying to get him on their network. He will be on all the networks. There are no commercials. Those networks want the money they would have been paid, so they expect to be paid by the government. I almost see how that is maybe ok… although I still don’t think it’s really ok. In the case of the decision – ESPN was among several suiters for the deal, and happened to offer the best deal. Not to mention there were tens of millions of people watching, not a bad ratings day for the boys in Bristol.

      Again, thanks for reading, feel free to respond.

  2. Christopher Rowe Nov 27 20101:30 pm

    Reply

    Obviously we are all entitled to form our own opinions. I didn’t say that Jordan ruined the game. Jordan, Bird, Magic, Doctor J, Kareem, Isaiah, Malone and Stockton, Dominique and the Slam Dunk Competition, etc. MADE the game. ESPN highlights made the game. The NBA was secnd to King NFL in the 1990s as baseball aned and hockey overexpanded.

    My point is that ESPN has a vested interest in their NBA contract so they pandered to The Decision or anything that would generate ratings. I’m not faulting ESPN for pursuing ratings nor am I faulting the media for covering an event. I’m blaming the pubic for taking the bait. WE pay to go to the games, WE pay for NBA Network and super sports packages and WE buy the merchandise! We watch “The Decision” and we are responsible for the NBA becoming comprarable to an episode of “Oprah.”

    Lebron’s Cleveland Cavaliers were not going to win a championship. Look at the Chicago Bulls or Detroit Pistons of the 1990s. Not even close. Had Lebron thought it possible to stay in Clevaland and build a winner, he would have made just as much money as he is making in Miami. Nobody was going to bring Bosh and Wade to Cleveland. They barely brought Shaq in and he had to use a walker for the games he could play. Cleveland wasn’t looking to build a champion, they were looking to bring in off the rack bargain basement players and then balme it on Lebron if they didn’t win. You win with talent and not even in the NBA can one player win a championship.

    I conted that Lebron does want to win a championship and it was never going to happen in Cleveland. I suggest that if Lebron were a greedy selfish jerk, he would not have gone to Miami, rather he would have taken the most money he could find. He didn’t sign with New York or New Jersey, he went where he thought he could surround himself with talent and WIN.

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