All the great words one can use to describe Michael Jordan as an athlete will fall short. But not when it comes to his management decisions.
In fact, he was even let go by the Washington Wizards' front office back in the day and hasn't been able to take the Hornets to contention.
So, the one thing we can't let go off is his worst mistakes in drafting. Have a look!
While running the Washington Wizards, Jordan picked Kwame Brown with the 1st overall pick. But Kwame hardly made any contribution to the organisation. In fact, MJ used to bully Brown so much that he used to cry after practices.
When in charge of the back then Charlotte Bobcats, Adam Morrison became one of MJ's biggest drafting mistakes. As the 3rd overall pick, he had no success with the team for one and a half seasons despite playing for 3. Instead, he could have gotten players like Kyle Lowry, Rajon Rondo, Rudy Gay, Paul Millsap or Brandon Roy.
After watching Kaminsky dominate the way he did in the final four of the NCAA, the Hornets were drawn to him like everyone else. Although he wasn't as disastrous as the others, the Hornets could have done a lot better. If they wanted a dominant big guy, Myles Turner could have been an option or the most talented scorer in this class, Devin Booker.
Like Kaminsky, Zeller has down some good for the Hornets but hasn't shown expertise in anything. Although he is the kind of player to put the team before anything, it's hard to believe MJ passed on CJ McCollum, Dennis Schroder, Rudy Gobert, and Giannis Antetokounmpo to get Cody with the 4the overall pick.
Michael Kidd-Golhchrist has to be his worst mistake. From being.a shooter to a defender, Kidd isn't good at anything. The injury prone player is a big flop that could have been avoided if MJ has gotten Andre Drummond, Joe Crowder, Khris Middleton, Damian Lillard, Draymond Green and some other stars.