Mitch Trubisky has spent the last four years playing at North Carolina. But before that, he grew up in Mentor, Ohio, which is less than 30 miles outside of Cleveland.
So when Spiegel and Parkins, a radio show on 670 The Score in Chicago, asked Trubisky to pick between arguably the two best players in NBA history — Michael Jordan and LeBron James — he was torn between allegiances.
There was no right answer to satisfy both his childhood and his college career.
In the end, Trubisky chose James. And to be fair, he was 10 when Jordan retired for good and only 4 years old when Jordan won his last NBA title.
That face when you choose Lebron over Jordan. Ha ha.
Thanks to Mitch for sitting down with us & being a good sport. pic.twitter.com/SskXNMA9ml
— Spiegel & Parkins (@Spiegel_Parkins) August 9, 2017