Ex-NBA champ Jordan hails Tiger comeback as 'greatest ever'

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Jordan, who watched the event in a watch party with Luke Donald, the former No. 1-ranked golfer, who finished third in the 2005 Masters, couldn't help but admire the road traveled for Tiger to get to this point.

But the close-ups of Tiger's face this weekend throughout the tournament revealed the visage of a middle-aged man, older and wiser, but no longer innocent - and when he took off his cap at the end, his bald spots revealed that Tiger is not a kid anymore. But he took it head-on.

Jordan told The Athletic that he called Woods to congratulate him on the win, and he is of the firm belief that Tiger has more wins in the bag.

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That's two pretty accomplished athletes - a 23-time Olympic gold medalist and a six-time NBA champion - still marveling at Woods, who at age 43 won his 15th career major Sunday at Augusta National. Woods made his TV debut on The Mike Douglas Show in 1978.Not only did the little boy show off his short game, but he took a big practice swing with his driver that also wowed the audience and anchors.

In an article written by The Athletic's David Aldridge, Jordan talks about how he holds Woods' 2019 Masters win in extremely high regard, calling it "the greatest comeback I've ever seen". To me, it's unbelievable.

"I think he's gotten over the hump".

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Williams was dumped by Woods in June 2011 - ending a 13-year relationship in which he won 72 times worldwide and claimed 13 majors. Mentally, you always think you can.

"They (Woods' opponents) got problems", Jordan said. He was able to win a major without leading going into the final round. And then you think about the physical.

The only thing better than the jacket-shorts-Frank hat trio is the little girl in the photo could not be less impressed with the picture.

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Williams said he couldn't miss the chance to see if Woods could win his fifth Masters, and was glad he tuned in.

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