Michael Jordan: A Prototype For New Understanding
I checked out the National Museum of the American Indian this weekend. I’ve eaten there before, actually two times, but have never gone through the actual museum part. Sad. But now I know it’s more than worth seeing, multiple times. Like many of the museums in D.C., you can’t always give the entire place your full attention in one day. I’d say an hour and a half is a good time. Then again, I’m fortunate enough to live in Washington, close to all the free Smithsonian museums, so I can go whenever I want.
One exhibit which caught my eye was “Strange Comfort,” by Brian Jungen, specifically the part pertaining to Michael Jordan. Everything pretty much speaks for itself in the pictures I took. So here goes …
- Al Jefferson Q&A — On Age Limits, Never Making All-Star, Jordan & The Best Athlete from Prentiss, MS
- D.C. Council Opening Statements: Wizards at Bobcats, Game 32
- The Case For The Wizards To Draft Victor Oladipo, Explained By Michael Jordan
- Quick Ain’t Fair, John Wall and Washington Pro Ball Aren’t There