Domain: dawgdroppings.com Michael Jordan Named His All-Time NBA Starting Five In 1990s Playboy Interview

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In an interview with Playboy Magazine back in the early 1990s, Michael Jordan revealed his all-time NBA lineup...
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"Me and Magic, Bird, Worthy, McHale or Malone, David Robinson or Abdul-Jabbar," Michael Jordan told Playboy.
I'm sure his list has changed since.

(The Spun)
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Pistol, Shaq, CJ, Jordan, anyone else
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Who are the five best basketball players of all time? Think about it. Jordan..... Jordan..... Jordan, Jordan, and Jordan. Because I spit hot fire.
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MJ, Magic, Malone, Bird, Wilt
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Give me Jordan, Kobe, Magic, Barkley, & The Diesel….got next
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No Julius Erving, no care
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He missed Hakeem
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Who could beat Bird, Jordan, Magic, Shaq, and Kareem?
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Worthy or McHale over Malone? seriously? Robinson, who was a great player, or Abdul-Jabbar, who was a generational player? seriously?
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Don't know who would beat them...
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My top 5 Playboy issues in the 90s. Lisa Rinna. Jenny McCarthy. Pam Anderson. Farrah Fawcett and my wildcard was the Nancy Sinatra issue.
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Carmen Electra. Belinda Carlisle was 2001 but she brought it at 40.
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“1990’s interview”. This is what happens when Spiranac’s iPhone is out of range.
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I would maybe add Shaq at center for physicality. Other than that I would have no modern player on that list.
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if you wouldn't put LeBron James as your SF for the all-time all-NBA team, then you are on a whole different level of stupid... hell, even Larry Legend would put LeBron in over himself...
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Larry stays at 3, LeBron is the 4. Arguably the position toughest to match up for his opponents.
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Bird is the best SF to ever play and arguably the greatest all-around player ever.
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This was a 1990's interview. I'd say Malone over McHale
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Only change might be LeBron at 4 instead of Malone but even that's debatable. Magic, MJ, Bird as 1,2,3 and either of the centers are rock solid
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Karl Malone would hurt LaBron as he comes to the rim. The NBA now just parts like the Red Sea for LaBron down the lane.
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