On August 5 th, Beijing time, Charlotte Hornets officially took photos of Jordan’s speech as the boss, and thanked Jordan for his 13 years of dedication to the team. "Thank you, Michael Jordan, for an unforgettable 13 years!" Jordan has sold most of his shares to become a minority shareholder of the team, but he has only advanced to the playoffs three times in his 13 years as a big boss. All round trips are quite embarrassing, and he lost 600 regular season games in total.
The Hornets had previously officially announced that Jordan had completed the ownership transaction, and he only kept a small number of shares to become a minority shareholder, while Gaby Plotkin and Rick Schnarr led the group to become the new boss of the Hornets, and Jordan was able to cash in $3 billion.
Now the Hornets officially thanked Jordan. They took photos of Jordan speaking in a suit and wrote "Thank you, Michael Jordan, for an unforgettable 13 years!"
Just for the "unforgettable 13 years", public opinion has different views, especially in the era when Tutu Jordan managed the Hornets. They were recognized as a super fishing team.
In the management era of Jordan as the big boss, the Hornets lost a total of 600 regular-season games, while in the 13 years of Jordan’s career, they lost only 291 regular-season games. The contrast gap is extremely obvious.
What’s more, Jordan’s 13-year career with 6 championships FMVP is recognized as the first person in history, while the Hornets only advanced to the playoffs three times in 13 years, and all of them swam out in one round, which is undoubtedly an unforgettable 13 years.