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'Michael Jordan Can Still Play In The League. He Just As Quick As Jared Dudley Right Now', Says Baron Davis

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Michael Jordan is still a relevant name around the NBA community and he will maybe for the rest of our existence. The Chicago Bulls legend left a big mark in the league and the things he did on the court are hard to replicate. Not only his talents, the capacity he had to score and defend made him a real threat for rivals but also his longevity.

MJ retired from the Bulls in 1998 but he still managed to make a comeback in the 2000s with the Washington Wizards, where he showed he still got it.

It's been 17 years since he retired but Jordan demonstrated even after retirement that he can take on anybody on the court. There's been a lot of stories about him demolishing young players in practice while he was 40 or 50 years old. MJ even claimed he could beat all his Hornets players one-on-one a couple of years ago.

Some people consider he can still be good in the NBA, including Baron Davis, who recently made a bold and hilarious claim about MJ and his chances to be part of the league right now.

Footage of Michael playing a pickup game with young hoopers surfaced and it's going viral on social media. Davis commented on the clip stating MJ could still play in the association since he's as fast as the Los Angeles Lakers forward Jared Dudley.

MJ is 57 years old right now and you can see people actually agreeing with Davis. In fact, they assure His Airness is actually faster than Dudley, so he can beat the dude 1-on-1. Maybe MJ could break a record and play in the NBA at 57 but that is highly unlikely to happen. Still, that doesn't prevent people from claiming he can still be good in today's league.