Skip Bayless and Rich Bucher believe the ball is in motion for MJ's newest and most miraculous comeback, and I do too. Also check out the Bobcats news section of Stein's Weekend Dime for further evidence here: http://espn.go.com/nba/dailydime/_/page/dime-110211-13/latest-trade-chatter and this. Plus, there's a great piece by Henry Abbot here: http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/post/_/id/24762/any-chance-michael-jordan-could-return-again, which is an expansion of a wonderful piece he'd previously written on the matter here: http://espn.go.com/blog/truehoop/post/_/id/6982/limits-and-illusions-michael-jordan-in-the-nba-at-50 I'm not sure if it's appropriate for me to pose a question for a conversation starter on a FanShot, but, since I'm raising the subject here, I was wondering, would anybody at GSoM be interested in having Jordan come off the Dubs' bench for half a season? It's possible that he'd look to play for another team because he'd have to sell his majority stake of the 'Cats in order to be ready in two years. Jordan is the greatest athlete of all-time, and I think he could seriously help a team make a playoff run if he joined them late in a season.