If Air Jordan gives you a gill, you must’ve really messed up on the court.

Michael Jordan, whose intense competitive spirit along with his otherworldly athletic talent propelled him to six NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls, has taken that fire into his role as the owner of the Charlotte Hornets.

Jordan slapped Malik Monk on the back of the head after the guard ran on to the court to celebrate with 0.3 seconds left in Wednesday’s game against the Detroit Pistons. The Hornets were penalized for having too many men on the court and the Pistons were given a technical foul shot, but Charlotte still squeaked home 108-107.