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Michael Jordan gets beat at HORSE. Twice.

Mar 1, 2010, 2:13 PM EDT

Michael Jordan is the kind of owner who can just stroll into practice and have a little fun. That’s what he did Monday.

The new — well, technically soon-to-be, the lawyers are still “earning” their $800 an hour on this —  owner of the Charlotte Bobcats strolled in to watch his team at shoot around today.

Then, afterward he took on rookie Gerald Henderson in a game of HORSE. A little North Carolina vs. Duke rivalry action. The problem for Jordan (aside he was wearing jeans) is that it went a lot like the Blue Devil and Tar Heel seasons so far — Henderson won. Twice.

Henderson, do they teach you nothing at Duke? Never beat the boss in golf. Or HORSE. That is how you end up suddenly becoming the only player not on the team charter flights. Enjoy the bag of pretzels while cramming your 6’5″ legs into the back row of the Southwest airlines flight cross-country. Never mind that screaming child in the next seat.

  1. JordanOverrated - Mar 1, 2010 at 5:43 PM

    You don’t beat the boss in Golf, unless he’s paying you to play golf. If Henderson had lost, he’d be on the list of players to trade. It was Henderson’s job to show that he can play the game he’s being played to. And Jordan sucks.

  2. da bom - Mar 2, 2010 at 3:55 AM

    You suck…………. thats my opinion about you. Jordan was just playing around…… If you don’t like my opinion, don’t say anything bad about Jordan fool………….

  3. your father - Mar 2, 2010 at 10:49 AM

    yeah that kid does suck. obviously he never saw jordan play. plus look at the age factor. and most importantly this guy he played IS a nba basketball player that was taken from practice. jordan’s been retired for nearly a decade (though he played in the 2000’s, he wasn’t really there). he was wearing jeans and came out just to see if he had it. henderson played better than he had ever played before in his life.

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