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Sport Michael Jordan: 'I don't know if I could've survived' in the social media era

08:50  24 october  2020
08:50  24 october  2020 Source:   sportingnews.com

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Jordan speaking about Tiger Woods, via Cigar Aficionado: I don ’ t know if I could ’ ve survived in this Twitter time, where you don ’ t have the privacy LeBron is right, sometimes the media voters can get sucked into a narrative for MVP and other awards. However, this year the narrative favored LeBron

" I don ' t know if I could have survived in this Twitter time where you don ' t have the privacy you would want. What seems to be very innocent could always be Can you imagine the photos that would have been taken? As for what Woods accomplished on the course -- 79 wins and 14 majors -- Jordan has

If there was one thing we learned from 'The Last Dance' it was that the lack of social media through the 1990's hardly impacted Michael Jordan's status as an absolute megastar on the world stage.

Whether it was in Chicago, on the road across the US or on trips to Paris, MJ would be met by rabid crowds every step he took, often times left stuck in his hotel room to avoid the hysteria.

Give the impact the 10-part documentary had on the world of social media this year, it was easy to wonder what life would have been like for Jordan under the Twitter microscope that today's stars face.

"For someone like myself and this is what Tiger [Woods] deals with, is that I don't know if I could've survived in this Twitter time, where you don't have the privacy that you would want, and what seems to be very innocent can always be misinterpreted," Jordan revealed in a recenet interview with Cigar Aficianado.

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Michael Jordan Quotes. I ' ve missed more than 9000 shots in my career. I ' ve lost almost 300 games. 26 times, I ' ve been trusted to take the game winning shot and missed. I ' ve failed over and over and over again in my life.

Here a list of some Michael Jordan stories I found throughout the internet. Feel free to share any I did not include. Bill Clinton. He was using the bathroom and Michael Jordan walked in and used the urinal next to him. The guy was starstruck and ended up looking at Jordan 's dick for some reason

Jordan was referencing Woods' golf career which began to surge right around the time Jordan retired from the NBA after the 1998 season.

"Tiger played at his peak somewhere toward the end of my career. Then, what changed from that time frame to now is social media, Twitter, and all those types of things that has invaded the personalities and personal time of individuals to the point where people have been able to utilize it to their financial gains and things of that nature."

The impact of social media has taken it's toll on the superstars of today's game with MVP winners LeBron James and Giannis Antetokounmpo each stepping away from their accounts during postseason runs to avoid the distraction and scrutiny it can often bring.

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We all know why Jordan would be the best player in the NBA. Extremely athletic, all-around great player Here’s what I can tell you about how to beat Michael Jordan .. And I don ’ t even know if Tayshaun Prince will make it as a borderline hall of famer one day.

Michael Jordan is a former American basketball player who led the Chicago Bulls to six NBA championships and won the Most Valuable Player It's always been said that when I can 't find a way to do anything, I will find a way to do it.”“ I ’ ve reached the pinnacle of my career. I just feel that I don ’ t

While many wondered how Dennis Rodman's Las Vegas trips would be a possibility in today's landscape, imagining the fallout from the best player in the world leaving basketball to play another sport is a mindblowing exercise.

In an era where the most minor confrontation between teammates is examined to the nth degree, could you imagine Twitter blowing up if word got out that Jordan punched teammate Steve Kerr at practice?

Would Jordan's demonstrative leadership stance be looked at in a negative light?

"I have a different perception about things than the kids do today," Jordan said.

MJ would be an a content machine for the Twittersphere but perhaps he's right, maybe it's best his legendary career occured in the 1990's...

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