If his time as the President of Basketball Operations for the Washington Wizards taught us anything, it's that Michael Jordan should stick to what he does best: playing basketball, drinking Gatorade, and reading from the cue cards supplied by his Nike-approved handlers. But despite his bumbling ineptitude at things like organizational leadership and public speaking, you'd think that Michael would at least be able to teach average joes how to play basketball...wouldn't you?
Well, you'd be wrong. Case in point: the following video, in which Mike "teaches" us how to shoot a fade away jumpshot. While providing crucial (though ungrammatical) information -- like there's no difference between shooting left or right ("Everything are basically the same") -- Jordan misses three out of four shots, including one that pops out about 20 feet from the basket before Michael manages to run it down. Somehow, watching the so-called "greatest player ever" brick jumpers in an instructional video doesn't exactly instill me with confidence in his teaching abilities. No wonder Rip Hamilton got so much better after Michael traded him to Detroit.