Trust us, there are times you don't want to be like Mike.

This week, Michael Jordan will be inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame. All week long, you're gonna be bombarded with articles about his rarefied Air, lists of his greatest shots and illest sneakers, and clips of his funniest commercials. Snore. We already know MJ is the greatest basketball player/marketing vehicle that has ever lived (Kobe, you rimmed out in Colorado)! What really makes him great is that he's so awesome in spite of his fuck-ups (rape charges don't count, Kobe). So, rather than slob Jordan, Complex gives you the moments that proved he was mortal. Read on to watch 10 moments MJ would probably rather forget...

Year: 1990
Lowlight: Someone steals Jordan's game jersey in Orlando, forcing him to play in 12. Based on his slip, we're gonna say it wasn't his lucky number.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Year: 1993
Lowlight: New York Knick John Starks posterizes Jordan with a dunk. OK, he didn't actually slam the rock down on MJ, but it sure looks like he did in the poster if you squint!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Year: 1994
Lowlight: The greatest basketball player ever retires to play minor league baseball—and is one of the shittiest players on the field.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Year: 1996
Lowlight: Jordan gets dunked by cartoon aliens. Not dunked on—DUNKED!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Year: 1997
Lowlight: Allen Iverson leaves Jordan cross-eyed. Fortunately no ankles were harmed in the filming of this crossover.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Year: 1998
Lowlight: Reggie Miller and his 78 lbs. of skin and toothpicks shove Jordan back and beat him for the game-winning shot in game four of the Eastern Conference Finals. Lean back, MJ!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Year: 2002
Lowlight: MJ misses a wide-open dunk in the All-Star game. Apparently somebody replaced the air in his Jordans with stale farts.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Year: 2001
Lowlight: Basketball exec Jordan selects Kwame Brown for the Washington Wizards with the number one overall pick in the NBA Draft. MJ would later call KB a "flaming faggot," helping motivate him to become one of the greatest (busts of all time).

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Year: 2001-2003
Lowlight: He was so bad as a Wizards exec that he made a comeback with the team just to help them win a few games. Despite the ticket-selling move, the team still missed the playoffs and stank like whiz.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Year: 2006-present
Lowlight: Jordan, who still has yet to make a smart move as an executive, is currently a part-owner and Managing Member of Basketball Operations of the woeful Charlotte Bobcats. On the bright side, his team would be almost decent if they played in the NCAA!

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

• CLICK HERE TO SEE MORE COMPLEX SPORTS POSTS!