Hi Michael Jordan fans!
I hope you have enjoyed reading the early chapters of The Evolution of Michael Jordan. I have received many positive comments about this blog and it seems that there are still many Michael Jordan fans out there who want to learn more about his life and about all of his accomplishments. I have worked very hard on the research and the writing of this blog, and I hope that you like what you’re reading.
As for the future of this blog, I am thinking of publishing the contents here as an ebook. I think an ebook will work well because it will allow the story of Michael Jordan to come to life through writing, images, and videos. The ebook will contain lots of additional material, especially about the other people close to MJ. I plan on writing special chapters focusing on the other Bull’s players such as Scottie Pippen, Dennis Rodman, and Steve Kerr. I also plan on writing chapters of some of Michael’s biggest rivals, such as Magic Johnson, Charles Barkley, and Kobe Bryant.
If you think that this is a good idea and that you would be willing to purchase the ebook, please fill out the poll below. Thanks for your help!
When asked if he would pick Kobe or Lebron, Michael Jordan decided on the 5 time champion Kobe Bryant. The most interesting thing about his answer was about how both he and Kobe are “cursed”. By cursed I think he means cursed with an intense competitive nature where you don’t know when to stop competing. Other NBA analysts also chime in with their answers. Check it out below.
Lebron did not seem fazed by Jordan’s response. Although I can’t believe that he’s not even a little bit hurt by Jordan’s words.
In the end it seems that what really matters is the number of championships. Kobe has proven that he can be a champion on 5 separate occasions, and Lebron has only done it once. No one is saying that Lebron won’t get more championships than Kobe, but considering their entire careers, I would agree that Kobe has been the more dominant player.
I think the debate now is no longer Kobe vs. Lebron. Kobe is getting up there in years and won’t be able to compete much longer. Now the debate has shifted to Lebron vs. Durant. Both players are dominant and both are hyper competitive. Which one would you choose at this point? Please leave your comments below.
That’s right, for FREE.
You don’t need a console, and you don’t need a TV. All you need is a reliable internet connection. How is this possible you ask?
This website represents the first steps towards a revolution in gaming. Cloud gaming. Essentially allowing you to use the computing power of Onlive’s servers to play the games they have to offer. There is no need for a graphics card or a high performance desktop. I tested the service out this weekend and it was an absolute blast. Playing as Michael Jordan in his prime against the championship Laker team was a dream come true.
The way Onlive works is you download a desktop app that connects you to the Onlive server. The game is streamed to you via the internet. What really surprised me was the lack of lag time between inputing your commands and seeing the action take place on the screen. The response time was like playing a game installed on your computer. I have no idea how they were able to accomplish this, but I ain’t complaining.
All the games can be played for free, but only as a 30 minute demo. However, you can play the demo as many times as you’d like. 30 minutes was almost enough time for a full length basketball game in NBA 2K11. If you really like the game, you can purchase a playpass which will allow you to play the game for 3 or 5 days at a time. If you REALLY like the game, you can purchase the game in full for much less than retail price at a gaming store.
Besides NBA 2K11, Onlive also offers dozens of other top titles including Batman: Arkam Asylum, Assassin’s Creed, Unreal, and many others. You can watch highlight videos posted by other players, and spectate on other players. There are also many more titles coming to Onlive so better join now and grab a snazzy username!
Here is a video of the Onlive intro and interface:
Video of actual game play: