Michael Jordan Owns Approximately 90 Percent Of Hornets

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James Harden made headlines in recent weeks when he scored 30 points for 30 straight games. "Six championships, by all means", Jordan said during a press conference ahead of the NBA All-Star festivities, which will be hosted in Charlotte, N.C.

Harden needed a late scoring spree on Monday night to extend his streak to 30 games, scoring 11 points in the final 100 seconds as the Rockets defeated the Dallas Mavericks 120-104.

Jordan, who won six titles with the Chicago Bulls in the 1990s, praised both players for what they're doing, noting that both streaks are hard to accomplish.

"Michael has always been very sharp, very smart", said Peterson, now an assistant general manager for Jordan's Charlotte Hornets. These are some pretty incredible personal accomplishments but for National Basketball Association legend Michael Jordan, there is one accomplishment that is much more impressive. But Peterson never saw this coming: His roommate becoming an National Basketball Association owner and hosting the leagues All-Star game in his home state of North Carolina.

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The NBA approved the purchase of the Hornets by Jordan with just $30 million in cash. Both Westbrook and Harden will be playing in the all-star showcase and will definitely be looking to impress Jordan.

James, now with the Los Angeles Lakers, added in the video, "Everybody was just talking how [the Warriors] were the greatest team of all time, like it was the greatest team ever assembled".

"When I hear [greatest ever], I cringe a little bit, because it's a little bit embarrassing, because no one knows".

Off the court, Jordan marketed his on-court success into a fortune.