You’ve got to understand the source,” Jordan told a crowded gym. “He played, I think, college, maybe? He averaged, like, 2.2 points a game. Really? It doesn’t dignify an answer, but I’m going to give it to you, because you asked the question: I don’t think he could beat me if I was one-legged.”And there it is. Michael Jordan also spoke about Lavar Ball as a parent and the 'noise' he speaks.
Look, every parent is very proud of their kids,” Jordan said when asked for his take on the Balls. “I don’t discourage that. I think the kid is really good. I think he has the potential to be a good player. His father is very proud of him — of all his kids, I would assume — like any father would be proud of their kids, but I would say, if I had to sit down and talk to him right now, if he was here, I would tell him to shut up and let the kids play.”Amen and amen. Pass the plate. The doors of the church are open. There's nothing more to be said! Unless you're Lavar Ball. After he heard about these remarks, he challenged Jordan to a 1 on 1--via pay-per-view.
No Lavar, he won't. Because when you're the greatest of all time, you don't have anything to prove.