Retired six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan has reportedly joined the San Antonio Spurs on a limited contract in order to help keep the Warriors from beating his Chicago Bulls’ record of 72 wins during the ’95-’96 NBA season.

The 53-year old father of six has not played professionally in the NBA since 2003, but he is reasonably confident he can contribute meaningfully to this talented and deep Spurs team.

“I can still throw [slam dunks] down,” Jordan said, as he checked the NBA standings and grew furious. “I can D up, you have no idea.”

Current Spurs player Tim Duncan has stated he’s “thrilled to have some more veteran leadership” on the team to mentor a comparatively young guy like himself.


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