Michael Jordan opposed Chris Paul deal
CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Michael Jordan didn't exactly shed any tears when the proposed trade of Chris Paul to the Los Angeles Lakers was nixed.
The Bobcats owner likes the idea of competitive balance in the NBA.
And while Jordan never expressed his opinion to NBA commissioner David Stern on the trade, he said Wednesday that such moves simply don't help smaller market teams.
"As a small market (owner) I'm very supportive of being able to keep your star player," Jordan said in ...
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