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Maggette relishes joining Jordan’s Bobcats
On a flight to Chicago to attend a wedding, Maggette was awoken by a friend who told him only that he had been traded to Charlotte. Maggette immediately was happy because he thought he’d be reunited with Jackson, his friend and former teammate with the Warriors.
Yet Maggette is confident Jordan will soon attract free agents _ “Who wouldn’t want to play for Michael Jordan?” _ and compared some of his struggles as an executive to Dallas owner Mark Cuban’s resume.
“He pushed, he pushed and pushed and now he’s got that opportunity where he got himself a championship,” Maggette said. “So I know Michael is going to be in the same position where he’s going to do that as well.”
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