MJ has made it official that he will not be taking the position with the Bobcats. He wants to be a majority owner, the one thing they were unwilling to offer him. So this means he will look elsewhere, where he can be the majority owner.
whats up with Jordan anyway? First the Bucks, now this. It'd be cool with he was an assistant coach, though. Jordan's got the hype, so he could make more dough being an owner. Thats the mentality, but when no one wants to offer ya a job, you may as well stick to a lesser job. 'Sides, being an assistant coach ain't too bad, ain't it? Now being a television analyst may be, understandably, unless you like to talk smack a lot. But in being an assistant coach--he can be a head coach one day as long as he persists. Hell, he'll even draw up plays for the team. Maybe a Lakers assistant coach? That'd be totally cool, but a definite longshot.