Michael Jordan

As a player, Michael Jordan was the consummate winner. Regarded as the greatest NBA player ever, Jordan could just about do it all on the court. As an executive, well ... let's just say things haven't gone quite as well. Jordan's ownership of the Bobcats hit another bump in the road Tuesday as the team fired head coach Mike Dunlap after just one season. It's the second time Jordan has hired a coach from the college ranks only to dump him after 82 games (he did it with Leonard Hamilton in Washington). So will the coaching change help turn around the dreadful Bobcats? Or is the real problem in Charlotte at the top?

Not the man for the job?

MJ and Mike Dunlap were all smiles before the 2012 draft, but a 21-61 season soured the mood.


Did the Bobcats make the right move in firing head coach Mike Dunlap?


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Started from the bottom and they're there

The Bobcats haven't exactly been loaded with household names as they've won just 62 games over the last three seasons combined.


Who do you blame most for the Bobcats' struggles (62-168 since making lone playoff appearance in 2010)?


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