Michael Jordan is as great as Jesus, says MWP

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Michael Jordan is arguably the greatest player to have ever played basketball. We know that, but did you know that he is also as good as Jesus Christ?

You might have already suspected as much, such was the greatness of the six-time NBA champion during his time with the Chicago Bulls, and Metta World Peace confirmed as much Monday.

As has been rumored for a while, MWP confirmed his desire to run for the US Presidency in four years time, and he also gave he thoughts on how Barack Obama is doing in the job.

"He's [Obama] doing 80% good. I can't give him 100, only person 100% is Michael Jordan and Jesus," he told TMZ Sports.

It's unclear as to whether the New York Knicks player was referring to Michael Jordan as Jesus or just comparing him to Jesus, probably the latter.

But one thing is for sure, MWP believes he is still to busy at the moment to pursue another dream of his, starring in movies.

"I'm pretty busy, so I don't have time to be in 'Transformers 4' as a lead. If I have time maybe I'll do "Green Mile Part 2."

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