Michael Jordan and Kwame Joined Forces, Kwame Brown Will Wear Basketball Uniform Again

Michael Jordan and Kwame Brown Joined Forces

Michael Jordan, the part owner, President of Basketball Operations, and lead player of the Washington Wizards in 2001, was amazed by Kwame Brown’s basketball skills in pre-Draft workouts. As a results, Jordan drafted Brown on his team, which is the first high school player taken No. 1 overall.

After nine years, Brown and Jordan reunited. Browned signed a one-year, $1.3 million deal with the Jordan-owned Charlotte Bobcats, according to ESPN.com.

The Bobcats believe the 28-year-old Brown, despite his history of underachieving, can play an integral role in the team.

The team believes that Kwame Brown, 6-11 and 270 pounds, can fit in a rotation with the team best players despite suspect offensive skills.

Mark Bartlestein, Brown’s agent, told ESPN.com that:

“He really wanted to take the challenge of playing again for Michael and playing for a top coach like Larry Brown. I think it says a lot about Kwame that he wanted to go to Charlotte. The last few years have been difficult for him, but I think he’s really excited to go there and try to create a new chapter in his career. He wants this opportunity to go back and prove something.”

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