Doge’s Palace Venice, Kensington Palace have both won the Champions League and European Cup in the same season and will both host the 2018-19 NBA season. 

The Eagles have won both competitions in the past, but the Kings won both. 

For those who are unaware, Eagles owner Michael Jordan has a deep and wide history in the NBA. 

In the summer of 2002, Jordan, then a 16-year-old in high school, was the subject of a scathing profile in Sports Illustrated and became one of the most talked about players in the league. 

After being a standout on the University of North Carolina basketball team, Jordan played for the Philadelphia 76ers and eventually the Los Angeles Lakers before joining the Philadelphia Warriors. 

During his playing career, Jordan also played for several other NBA teams, including the Philadelphia Hawks, New Orleans Hornets, Sacramento Kings, New York Knicks and Orlando Magic. 

He spent five seasons with the Hawks before being traded to the Los Vegas Lakers in 2008. 

Jordan returned to Philadelphia, where he was named to the NBA’s All-Star Game in 2013. 

As a result of that selection, Jordan became one the most popular players in NBA history. 

And now, Jordan will be playing in the upcoming NBA season as the Eagles host the Kings. 

On Friday, January 6, the Eagles will face the Kings in a preseason game at the New Jersey Devils Arena. 

Kings center DeMarcus Cousins, who played for Jordan in the 1990s and helped guide the Kings to three consecutive NBA titles, will be the team’s starting center, along with the return of Jordan’s backup center, DeJuan Blair. 

While the Eagles and Kings are both currently in the playoffs, the teams are still in a long playoff drought. 

Since the start of the season, the Philadelphia Flyers are in sixth place in the Eastern Conference with a 15-17-4 record, and the Kings are in fifth place with a 16th place record. 

But as the season progresses, the Sixers and Kings could potentially make up for that disparity by winning the conference. 

Both teams have struggled with injuries, with Philadelphia currently having nine players listed as questionable, and with a possible lineup change to make this week. 

If the Kings win their first game on Friday, the team would be down to 10 players for the game, and they could face a two-game losing streak. 

Philadelphia could then make a move to make up some of the lost roster depth, and if the Kings lose two of three, they would then face the possibility of losing their final two games of the regular season.

So how does this game compare to previous Eagles and Jordan-Kings games? 

Well, the two teams haven’t played each other since the 2007-08 season.

The Eagles won the regular-season series 2-1, but that game was against the Dallas Mavericks, which has yet to be played since that season.

Since then, the Kings have lost three of four games to Philadelphia and two of five to the Eagles. 

So, while this game is likely to be close, the fact that both teams are undefeated will make this a much more exciting game than anything else in the season.