During in an interview in Huffpost Live there’s a question to Jerry West by Ben Teitelbaum: If you weren’t the NBA Logo who would be?
Jerry West’s silhouette that inspired the iconic NBA logo, the Los Angeles Lakers legend is not averse to a change.
Sports fan have even crowned him: “The Logo“
The 1969 NBA Finals MVP told HuffPost Live on Monday that he would love to see the former Chicago Bulls star as the logo.
West said in an interview:
“I hate to say it’s not a Laker, but Michael Jordan,” West told HuffPost Live’s Jordan Schultz. “He’s been the greatest player I’ve ever seen. And I’m probably a harsh judge of talent in the sense that I admire players that are really good defensive players and really good offensive players. And I felt that at his time in the game, he was the best defensive player in the game, but more importantly he was the best offensive player. And he made his teams win.”
“He would be a wonderful person to have there,”
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