If Michael Jordan doesn't care about the Chicago Bulls anymore, he should not bother coming to events like the one we just had for Red Kerr. Going from three pieces while exiting the locker room to wearing jeans to a formal ceremony, Michael has become full of himself. He thinks he is better than everybody else so he doesn't have to dress up. His commercials just have him making a two second appearance laughing at someone.
He hasn't done anything for the Bulls organization since his retirement. Not that he has to, but it would be nice if he would show some Bulls pride. I can't believe there was nothing this decade to commemorate the 10 year anniversary of 72-10 or the last championship. They probably would not turn out too well anyways because MJ would ruin it. During Pippen's retirement ceremony, he dressed in jeans and took the attention away from Pippen.
Jordan was just laughing during the entire ceremony this time, acting like this was a comedy club. This was a tribute, but he barely showed any appreciation.
I love MJ. I have posters of him all over my room ( I was a kid during the dynasty). But to me it seems like he is a different person now. He was a man who always looked for a challenge. A man who wasn't challenged enough in the NBA so he left for a different sport. He inspired millions to achieve beyond what they thought possible. Now the only stuff I hear about him is his new favorite cigar or motorcycle racer.
If he ever wants to come back to the Bulls, he should be more appreciative. Jordan and Phil Jackson act like the Bulls organization was their b_____. I don't think Jordan and Jackson care about the Bulls anymore. Their contributions to the Bulls will probably never be matched, but I feel more joy and pride when I hear the name of a guy like Red Kerr.