The NBA is all about the Superteam now. Either you have a big 3 or big 4, or you don’t. If you don’t the greatest of all time, Michael Jordan is pretty sure that means sad times for you and your fans.
Jordan recently did an interview with Cigar Afficionado, and while it was mostly cigar talk, the conversation took a turn to let’s talk about the state of the NBA. It’s not pretty according to Jordan, who currently owns and operates the Charlotte Hornets.
Michael Jordan expresses major concerns over NBA's Superteam era in a Cigar Aficionado cover story: "28 teams that are going to be garbage" pic.twitter.com/zf68TWCUxW
— Ben Golliver (@BenGolliver) October 12, 2017
Welp, there you have it. If you can’t guess who the top 2 teams are going to be, it’s best to check the last 3 NBA Finals. Maybe MJ has a point.