As a player, there was no one better than Michael Jordan. He not only had the ability, but thick skin that allowed nothing to bother him.
No moment was too big for MJ to overcome, and he didn't care what people thought or said about him.
As an NBA executive, though, things are much different for Jordan, as he has become the laughingstock of the league. While he has the same will to succeed as he did as a player, should Jordan even care that he's gone from the top of the mountain to hitting rock bottom in the span of a decade?
He should, but then that wouldn't be Jordan-like would