My old roommate is still under the illusion that Michael Jordan is better than Kobe Bryant. His name is OB and I can almost guarantee you that he will post in the comment section in this article. Dude has an ‘Air Jordan’ logo tattooed on his back and every time he gets drunk, he’ll find a way to defend the infamous 1998 NBA Finals ‘push-off’ against the Utah Jazz. We all know it was an offensive foul. Even a former NBA referee said it. The last second shot enabled the Chicago Bulls to defeat the Utah Jazz and coin the term ‘three-peat’ as they collected their third consecutive title.
Now my former roommate ceased the drinking, but he’s still addicted to his delusion that Jordan truly is the greatest player that ever played the game. When I started MiddleEasy, he hopped on the MMA bandwagon and now claims that Jon Jones is greater than Fedor. Yeah, he doesn’t know much.
In an LA Times interview, Los Angeles Lakers Dwight Howard said Minnesota Timberwolves player Nikola Pekovic would be perfect for mixed martial arts.
There’s one guy in the NBA right now who could be probably the best MMA fighter in the world . . . [Nikola] Pekovic from Minnesota. I swear. I swear he looks like he could be a great MMA fighter.
Based on his body, I’m telling. He could go to MMA and be the champion. Have you seen Pekovic? He’s 7 feet. He’s 300 pounds.
Based on body frames, Barack Obama could cut to 170 and be gatekeeper in the welterweight division. The guy has the reach, admit it.