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Stern Says Committee Already Working On Owners’ Concerns
Published December 4, 2006
|Johnson Reportedly One Of Eight
Team Owners To Send Letter
WHERE’S MICHAEL? In N.Y., Mitch Lawrence wrote Bobcats Managing Member of Basketball Operations Michael Jordan “attends some home games, doesn’t travel with the team and has been content to stay in the background. His presence has gone largely unnoticed.” One Western Conference exec, when asked if he would call Jordan for a trade with the Bobcats, said, “I totally forgot he’s there. I don’t know what his role is.” But Bobcats GM & coach Bernie Bickerstaff said, “Michael and I talk every day. He’s been terrific. We’re all on the same page” (N.Y. DAILY NEWS, 12/3).