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(ESPN)   Yes there was a time Michael Jordan was a NHL owner   (espn.com) divider line
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2020-05-07 9:58:45 AM  
Oh yeah. I remember that now. Man do I feel old.
 
2020-05-07 10:23:08 AM  
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This game confuses me.  Anybody got a script handy???
 
2020-05-07 11:53:26 AM  
He left when he learned of the NHL policy that didn't allow its most marketable players to bet on the games.
 
2020-05-07 1:41:12 PM  
an NHL owner, subby.
 
2020-05-07 3:34:59 PM  
Things he was good at:
Basketball
Selling shoes
Holding petty grudges.

Things he was terrible at:
Baseball
Managing
Coaching
Owning
Being a nice person.
 
2020-05-07 6:17:40 PM  

JohnBigBootay: Things he was good at:
Basketball
Selling shoes
Holding petty grudges.

Things he was terrible at:
Baseball
Managing
Coaching
Owning
Being a nice person.


Add growing a mustache to that list of terrible things.
 
2020-05-08 11:03:29 AM  

WhiskeySticks: JohnBigBootay: Things he was good at:
Basketball
Selling shoes
Holding petty grudges.

Things he was terrible at:
Baseball
Managing
Coaching
Owning
Being a nice person.

Add growing a mustache to that list of terrible things.


Because he can

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