“MJ Cool As F**k For This”: Lamar Odom Joins Fans in Disbelief Over 51YO Michael Jordan’s Rare Public Appearance

Published 01/16/2024, 5:32 AM EST

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Father time may be undefeated, but so is Michael Jordan in the Finals. Even decades after retiring, the Black Cat can still outplay others in basketball games without breaking a sweat. A 9-year-old old clip recently resurfaced where the legend is seen effortlessly cooking in a pickup game, capturing the admiration of fans, including 2x NBA champion Lamar Odom.

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Well, that’s not the only highlight of the clip. At a closer look, there’s one NFL legend who is seen playing alongside the 14x NBA All-Star.

Lamar Odom is surprised to watch Michael Jordan’s basketball game with Tom Brady


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It’s always fun to see our favorite NBA players showing off their moves again. It’s not just us, Los Angeles Lakers legend Odom was also stunned to watch MJ pulling up from mid-range on Twitter recently. Resharing the clip on his X account, he wrote, “MJ cool as f**k for this.” This is a 9-year-old clip featuring the Chicago Bulls legend with Tom Terrific on his team in the Bahamas. In 2015, a 51-year-old Jordan joined a 37-year-old Tom Brady, and pro golfers Keegan Bradley and Luke Donald, to play a semi-casual 3v3 pickup game during their vacation.

Well, it was meant to be a light game. But when you put a 5x NFL MVP and a 5x NBA MVP on the same team, they are simply not going to lose. Keegan Bradley later recalled how Tom Brady, who Bradley was tasked with guarding, was aggressively going for rebounds during their matchup.


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The golfer from New England revealed thinking, “Dude, you’ve got to chill out because if you come down and tear your ACL I’m never gonna be able to go home for Christmas ever again.” 

His Airness also had his game face on, dropping some of his casual trash-talk on his opponents. Hilariously, Mike started taunting his defender for giving him too much space. Jordan quipped,Hey man, you guys still have YouTube? You better pull up Michael Jordan.”

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It’s certainly a feast for basketball fans to see MJ return to the court. Lamar Odom shares the sentiment with thousands of fans, who had plenty to say about Mike and Brady’s 9-year-old link-up.

Fans loved watching Jordan with “the other GOAT”

The 6x NBA champion and the 7x Superbowl winner are undoubtedly in every fan’s top 2. So, of course, fans were delighted to see two GOATs share the court together.


There was also a heartwarming revelation by one of Odom’s fans. Apparently, the former Sixth Man of the Year had once pulled up to play with some fans in Cleveland. One of them found their way to this Tweet.


Some fans were also just happy to see the Black Cat keeping his love for the game alive.


Even 40 years after his NCAA championship, Mike is still receiving love from UNC fans. “Still the goat. Tar Heel for life!”


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Michael Jordan and Tom Brady share immense respect for each other. But they are also staunchly competitive. Still, most of us would not deny the opportunity to lose against the NBA and NFL legends. Another netizen shared something we can all relate to. “If I was one of those dudes I’d talk about this all day AND in my sleep for like 5 years straight”


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What would you do? Share your thoughts with us in the comments section below.

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Pritha Debroy


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My love for basketball kicked off with the Portland Trail Blazers. The team's spirit, their thrilling plays, and the dedicated fan base had me hooked from the get-go. Now, I'm all about blending my passion for the game with my love for writing.
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Aakash Nair




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