Interesting article about the league's hypocricy involving Michael Jordan:
Across the league, executives are decrying what they consider to be the new "Jordan Rules" of the NBA.
"Danny Ainge ends up seated next to Kevin Durant's mother and gets fined $30,000, but Michael goes out and plays one on one with [top high school prospect] O.J. Mayo and it is not a problem?" one Western Conference general manager grumbled.
"It's a conflict of interest."
The issue stems from Jordan's myriad roles within the basketball landscape. All at once, he's a minority owner, general manager, a retired iconoclastic player, marketing pitchman and sneaker executive.