Michael Jordan on hand to support Hawks

Michael Jordan sits with Blackhawks legends Bobby Hull and Stan Mikita during Game 6. Chase Agnello-Dean/Getty Images

CHICAGO -- Michael Jordan showed up at the United Center for Game 6 of the Chicago Blackhawks' playoff series against the Phoenix Coyotes on Monday night.

Jordan, who was wearing a black army cap and a Jonathan Toews jersey, was shown on the scoreboard in the first period in a suite with Blackhawks legends Stan Mikita and Bobby Hull. All three have statues outside of the arena.

Jordan loves a winner, which is probably why he skipped his team's game. In Washington D.C. the Charlotte Bobcats, the NBA team that Jordan owns, lost to the equally lowly Washington Wizards, 101-73. The Bobcats dropped to 7-57.