It’s been a little over a decade since Michael Jordan last laced up his sneakers, and today much of the NBA’s resurgence has been at the aid of star players like LeBron James. There’s always an ongoing narrative to compare the league’s current best player to Mike, but while Kobe Bryant might be the closest thing to emulating MJ’s on-court presence, LeBron’s accomplishments will forever come with the perspective of following Jordan’s legacy. Today, an ESPN article attributes a lot of Michael Jordan’s success to a small rule change at the beginning of the 1994-1995 season that moved the 3 point line up a few feet after the league witnessed a scoring decline. Do you think the 3 point line moving up attributed to MJ’s better shooting percentages later in his career or did he simply get better with age? It’s definitely an interesting read and you can head over to ESPN for the full article.