92 would hammer 2012 down low, and the physicality alone would throw many of today's stars off their games IMO.
Oh yeah, 2012 Kobe ain't coming close to guarding 92 Jordan. Not in his damn dreams. LBJ would have to guard him to control Jordan at all. Then throw in the fact that LBJ played the 4 and even the 5 a lot for the 2012 team, and matchup problems come everywhere then. 2012 would have to rely on Kobe/Durant and Co. bombing 3's on the 92 team. It may be closer than some originally thought, but still not that close IMO.
Honestly Jordan alone would command a double team and that would leave some great shooters open, or even a big. People act like LeBron is this great defender that can actually defend all 5 positions well, but it just simply isn't true. I know that he looks the part of a very good defender, but his chase down blocks and big size just has everyone fooled. MySynergy records all defensive plays that a player is involved in and has LeBron ranked in the 100's, with his isolation defense being below average. Not to say that LeBron is a trashy defensive player, because he's not, but if you throw him on prime Jordan then LOL I would feel pretty bad for him.