From the most recent Brian Windhorst pod (around the 22:45 mark):
>“The expectation in the league is that there will definitely be a change to the front office. Gar Forman, while he’s still the leader in the GarPax movement, has had his role reduced in the past couple of seasons, that’s not a secret… and, from what I understand, he’s really not active in the front office at this point. He’s kinda already been transitioned a little bit. I expect them to hire a new voice, whether that voice will be in replacement of John Paxson or alongside him, that’s what I’m sure they’re trying to figure out…. but the [fans] are going to get their head because GarPax will be broken up.”
Here’s a link to the Windhorst podcast for evidence: http://www.espn.com/espnradio/play?id=28742111
Why is Jordan not a good owner? Like he’s the goat when it comes to playing basketball. He has a lot of money and he isn’t afraid to spend it. He has an insane BBall IQ, which in theory should make him better than other owners who don’t know the sport as well as he does. What makes him struggle as a bad owner?
I feel like I’m the only one that feels that Giannis needs a better supporting cast(like Duncan and Shaq had) or a better outside shot/free throw shot before he wins a chip. Big men with no outside shot always seem to find a way to lose in the playoffs no matter how unstoppable they looked in the regular season. Am I alone in this?
I live in Germany and read online that there is a tribute issue for Kobe from the ESPN magazine. Only thing I found was a fake on Amazon. Can someone tell me, where I can buy this issue on the internet?
> Hornets GM Mitch Kupchak on Michael Jordan: “He wants to win, Ok? And if we can do something to get into the playoffs (in the future) and advance in the playoffs, payroll will not be an issue. Even the tax won’t be an issue for him.”
[Source: Rod Boone](https://twitter.com/rodboone/status/1230188894953594880)
He could’ve started by paying Kemba I guess but ¯\_(ツ)_/¯