He only has one serious job, and thats scoring, just scoring, said Frye. Of course, he has made a quite outstanding level in this job, but I dont think that the way he won at that time can be transformed into success today. People wont want to play with him.
Of course, what Frye said is not unreasonable, especially from todays basketball reality, if the relationship with teammates is too bad, it is obviously not conducive to the establishment of the team. Now the NBA has been focusing on the era of group, if there is not enough interpersonal communication, it will obviously affect the strength of the team and then affect the individual and team honor.
As for whether Jordan is really just a scorer or not, it may lead to more discussions later