Jordan Played 1-On-1 Against Several Bobcats Players [Video]

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The G.O.A.T is still at it at the Charlotte Bobcats practice. Its nothing new to see Michael Jordan still playing ball, since he acquired some shares of ownership he has been seen playing and working out with the players on the team.

Second year player Bismack Biyombo said even for a nearly 50 year old man he still is really good and can go at the 25 year old players on the Bobcats.

The Bobcats are 7-14 after being 7-59 last season. Looks like Mike is taking a more hands on approach with his team this season and it’s already helping.

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