The NBA has made sure Charlotte Hornets owner Michael Jordan doesn't have a leg up on signing players by choosing Jordan brand shoe deals.
Zach Harper and James Herbert discuss the contract extension class, the possible return of Metta World Peace, and a very Swaggy Australian basketball team.
The Charlotte Hornets are reportedly finalizing a four-year, $52 million contract extension with Michael Kidd-Gilchrist.
Safeway has to pay Michael Jordan $8.9 million for using his name in a 2009 ad. Jordan is planning on donating the money to charity.
Lance Stephenson wants to prove people wrong, says he's ready to win.
Bulls great re-joins the organization next to the man who used to loathe him, Scottie Pippen, as further proof that old wounds heal with winning ... and time.
Charlotte Hornets rookie Frank Kaminsky reads lines as Will Ferrell's character in the movie "Old School."
Winning titles is why teams compete. But is there value in teams looking to simply be "good" as long as they keep their futures open?
The Bucks are staying in Milwaukee, but what does this mean for Seattle and its hopes to get the Sonics back?
These NBA rookies appear to share a sense of humor. D'Angelo Russell even did an impression of an intimidating teammate named Kobe Bryant.

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