Michael Jordan Yaps About NBA Lockout, Reportedly Fined $100K

Charlotte Bobcats owner Michael Jordan gave an interview to Australian newspaper The Herald Sun, in August. During the interview he discussed the need for NBA revenue sharing and used Milwaukee Bucks center Andrew Bogut as an example of salary issues in small markets.

Normally, no one would flinch at Jordan speaking freely about his thoughts on league business, but because of the current NBA lockout, speaking about or to players is prohibited by owners or league employees.

Jordan’s comments have reportedly resulted in a fine of $100,000.

This is what I imagine Jordan’s response to that paltry fine to be:



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