Friday, July 11, 2008

JAM-MJ

12 comments:

Junlee said...

This was the first time I had seen him do the moonwalk while not actually moving, and it was so cool!!!

Ahh the memories...

Junlee said...

Man watching this video again is great! The popping he does in this one is ridiculous!

Also, teaching Michael Jordan (my favorite basketball player) to dance was priceless.

Mikey4u1984 said...

OMG I cant believe I actually saw the whole vid!!

SOOO LAME!! >0

FUNNYMAN said...

It is a damn shame that Michael Jordan had a miserable career with the Wizards.

Junlee said...

It wasn't completely miserable until his second year when he got injured. It was quite sad to watch. :(

I was extremely excited when he came back, but looking back on it now, I really wish he wouldn't have. Ending his career on that championship winning shot against the Jazz was all too perfect.

*throws evil look at mikey4u1984*

FUNNYMAN said...

You are completely correct junlee. Michael Jordan did a masterful job in Washington. His uncanny ability to draft a Hall of Fame player like Kwame Brown was brilliant. Jordan has also learned how to not make the playoffs in Washington. It was picture perfect for Jordan in Washington.

FUNNYMAN said...

In case you couldn't tell, that last comment was sarcasm at its finest.

Junlee said...

I never said he did a "masterful" job, and we're talking about him as a player there, not as an exec.

His first year wasn't that terrible in terms of individual performance, and you can't blame it all on him for not making the playoffs. He gave them the best shot, the rest of them (aside from Hamilton) sucked.

And yes, I think any idiot could tell you were being sarcastic.

fatherkrishna said...

So Michael Jordan is a basketball player? I thought he was just someone who endorsed sports shoes made by Nike...

Who is this Michael Jordan of whom you speak?

FUNNYMAN said...

I was talking about his career in Washington (including his playing career and Executive duties). It has been 3 consecutive years where Washington has made the playoffs without Jordan. He did have a miserable career with the Wizards. I cannot comprehend why you believe he didn't.

Oh, come on father. You made a blog post about Michael Jordan, yet you don't know who he is. Are you kidding me?

fatherkrishna said...

Yes.

Junlee said...

*sigh* I said his FIRST year wasn't that bad, but then it turned bad in his second year when he got injured.

And of course they've made the play-offs! Gilbert Arenas, Carlos Boozer, Brendon Haywood, etc....they're a lot more talented now!