It's been well documented that Michael Jordan couldn't stand losing.

Whether it was basketball, golf or poker, it has been said that the ultra-competitive Hall of Famer hated to lose more than he loved to win.

So it's safe to say that he wasn't happy with himself after taking the court with the father-son duo of Martin and Charlie Sheen some 27 years ago. For an episode of "War of the Stars," hosted by Dick Van Patten, Jordan faced off against the Sheens in a variety of competitions.

Granted the Sheens had a decided advantage in several of the games (Jordan was shooting free throws with his eyes closed, he was playing 2-on-1), but still, losing to Charlie and Martin Sheen must have been a little embarrassing for the man who would go on to become one of the sport's best players.

Charlie Sheen, who starred in the Major League Series (albeit on steroids), isn't half bad. He shot 80 percent from the line and nailed some impressive jumpers.

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Years later Charlie Sheen and Jordan would reunite, this time on the same team.

This footage was uploaded to YouTube by Adam Ryan of the Michael Jordan blog inallairness. On the blog's Facebook page, Ryan writes that he's had the "War of the Stars" VHS for a few years and just got around to putting it on YouTube.

(H/T to Larry Brown Sports)

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