Charlotte Hornets majority owner Michael Jordan (left) and team vice chairman Curtis Polk (right) appear to have made a fine business deal when Jordan bought controlling interest from Bob Johnson in 2010.
Charlotte Hornets majority owner Michael Jordan (left) and team vice chairman Curtis Polk (right) appear to have made a fine business deal when Jordan bought controlling interest from Bob Johnson in 2010. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com
Charlotte Hornets majority owner Michael Jordan (left) and team vice chairman Curtis Polk (right) appear to have made a fine business deal when Jordan bought controlling interest from Bob Johnson in 2010. Jeff Siner jsiner@charlotteobserver.com

As NBA franchise values soar, what does it mean for the Hornets, owner Michael Jordan?

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