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ENTERBAY 8th Anniversary Edition
Coming to the beginning of the 2nd Michael Jordan series, this model is reference from the 1998 Bulls team against New Yorkers classic game. The new shooting expression head sculpt, #23 Black Road Jersey; with the newly produced exclusive exchangeable hands sets, in result to have a better appearance posture in representing the perfect posture of Michael Jordan. There are also the exclusive sneakers, and of course, the ultimate warm up suit to enrich the accessories.
- 1 (one) head sculpts of museum-like representation of Michael Jordan with authentic likeness, each with a different facial expression.- The head sculpt is hand-painted with newly developed "multi layer" paint application.- Newly developed NBA-MJ body with 30 points of articulation, the height is according to Jordan’s actual height, therefore instead of the usual 12” figurine, this product is actually around 13” tall.- Accurate Official Number 23 NBA Chicago Bulls Team Road Jerseys in black colours with shorts and a pair of white socks.- Chicago Bulls team warm up suit exclusive for special edition- Newly developed Jordan signature interchangeable hands. 10 (ten) pieces in total. including 3 (three) pieces with magnets on them to hold the basketball.
-An red elbow band, a black knee pad and a pair of basketball tights with＃23 printed on it.- A pair of Air Jordan 1 (I) Original (OG)1985 - White / Black – Red sneakers- A pair of Air Jordan XIII '97 Original (OG) – Red / White sneakers- A 1/6 scale Spalding basketball with magnet inside- Special developed figurines stand with Chicago Bulls logo on it. Figurine stand can be easily twist and curl, in order to adjust the height.
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McGrady called Dennis Rodman’s recent statement that James would have been an “average” player in the 1990s “a little overboard,” calling LeBron “one of the most gifted athletes that we’ve ever seen in our game, any era.”
It was only natural that McGrady would be asked about the LeBron-Jordan debate, because his career spanned both eras and he himself was once considered one of the best players in the world, before injuries robbed him of his athleticism.
James is already one of the greatest players ever. He should be appreciated as that, on his own terms, rather than being constantly held to standards that are irrelevant to him.
(By Sean Highkin, ForTheWin )