How Michael Jordan Outsmarted Robert Johnson And Herb Kohl - Presented by: The Aol. On Network

The sale of the Milwaukee Bucks last week for $550 million shows how Michael Jordan outsmarted a billionaire and a U.S. senator. In June 2003, Jordan was considering whether to either invest in the Bucks or the NBA’s expansion team in Charlotte. He chose neither. BET founder Robert Johnson, bought the Bobcats six months earlier for $300 million, but the Bobcats quickly became a debacle.



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