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Birthday: February 17, 1963
Place: Brooklyn, New York, USA
Height: 6' 6"
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- Attended the University of North Carolina.
- Drafted: 1st Rd-Pick 3 Chicago, 1984
- Salary: Earns about million dollars from Nike/Earned million dollars a year playing in the NBA.
- He has his own-line of sport clothing called (JORDAN) [1997-98 season]
- Shoe: Air
- Chosen in 1996 as one of the 50 greatest players of all time.
- Chosen by People Magazine as one of The Most Intriguing People of the Century. 
- Professional basketball player in the NBA.
- Chosen by People magazine as one of the 50 Most Beautiful People in the world. 
- In 1999, ESPN voted him as the greatest athlete of the twentieth century.
- In 2000, he was named part owner and director of basketball operations for the Washington Wizards basketball team.
- His father was murdered while sleeping in his car, which led Jordan to his first retirment in 1993.
- Two-time Olympic gold medalist in men's basketball, in 1984 in L.A. and 1992 in Barcelona (as part of the celebrated original Dream Team).
- Paid more than million in his final season with the Chicago Bulls.
- 4 January 2002: Juanita Jordan files for divorce in circuit court in Waukegan, Illinois. Citing "irreconcilable differences," she seeks permanent custody of the couple's three children, their 25,000-square-foot home in Highland Park and half the couple's property.
- Fortune estimated at 0 million. A virtual endorsement cash cow, no athlete has had a larger impact on the economy.
- Wife Juanita filed for divorce January 7 2002 but withdrew the papers the following month.
- Began shaving his head when he started going bald.
- Grew up in Wilmington, North Carolina.
- Attended Laney High School in Wilmington, NC the gymnasium of which has now been named, 'Michael Jordan', in his honor.
- Buys custom-tailored shirts monogrammed with "Michael" or "MJ".
- Moved past Wilt Chamberlain for 3rd place all-time on the NBA scoring list [23 January 2003]
- Third of five children.
- Children with wife Juanita: sons Jeffrey Michael (b. 18 November 1988) and Marcus James (b. 24 December 1990), and daughter Jasmine Mickael (b. 7 December 1992)
- Has a tattoo of the Greek letter 'Omega' over his heart, representing Omega Psi Phi Fraternity, Incorporated, of which he is a member.
- Fired by the Washington Wizards due to player dissention, the team finishing 37-45 two years in a row, and dissonance in the organization involving Jordan's people. Jordan was hired on 19 January 2000 as chief executive and president of basketball operations. Owner Abe Pollin gave him free rein to run the Wizards, and Jordan eventually bought a percentage of the team. He got million in severance. (7 May 2003)
- In a 1988 game against the Utah Jazz, he dunked over 6' 1", 175 lb. John Stockton. A Jazz fan heckled him, saying, "Why don't you dunk on somebody your own size?" The next trip down the floor, Jordan dunked again, this time on 6' 11", 285-lb. center Melvin Turpin. He then turned to the fan and said, "Was he big enough?"
- Wore the number 23 for his NBA career with the Chicago Bulls, and the Washington Wizards. Sometimes wore the number 45 because it was his older brother Larry's number in high school.
- Neither of his parents are more than 5' 9" tall.
- In Space Jam (1996), he tells the Looney Tunes that he used to wear his UNC shorts under his Bulls jersey in every game he played in. He really did do this, as a good luck charm.
- Has numerous records and awards under his name and career, including most points in a single playoff game (63), most scoring titles (10), highest scoring average (31 points per game), and most three pointers in one quarter of a playoff game (5).
- Known as the worlds greatest clutch player in basketball for his numerous shots and high flying moves to win games. He eliminated the Cleveland Cavaliers twice from the NBA playoffs due to last second shots, and won his last NBA championship with a steal and a shot.
- The Chicago Bulls all time leader in points, rebounds, assists, and steals. The only category he doesn't hold is blocks, still held by Artis Gilmore. His number 23 is one of four retired numbers for the Bulls(along with Bob Love's number 10, Scottie Pippen's number 33, and Jerry Sloans number 4).
- While most are familiar with his obvious #23 and the #45 he wore when he returned from a brief baseball career in 1995, Jordan also wore #12. However, he wore it in only one game-in 1990 after an Orlando Magic Arena employee stole his uniform. It was a back-up jersey and did not even feature a last name. He scored 49 points in the game, leading the Bulls win over the Magic.
- While his baseball career was considered a sham and widely criticized, his performance was not as poor as depicted in the press. While he only batted .202 with 3 Home Runs and committed 11 errors, he also had 51 runs batted in, 30 stolen bases, and 6 outfield assists. He led the Birmingham Barons with 11 bases-loaded RBI and 25 RBI with runners in scoring position and two outs. With those statistics, he may have been the best clutch hitter on that team.
- On 14 June 1998, Jordan made a shot that won the Chicago Bulls their 6th NBA championship in 8 years. "Jordan Hits the Last Shot" was ranked #2 in TV Guide's list of the "25 Most Awesome Sports Moments (of the last 15 years)". [17 July 2005 issue]
- His 37.1 points per game season average during the 1986-1987 season was the third highest in history. The first two were both held by Wilt Chamberlin.
- Contrary to popular belief, Jordan does not hold the regular season single game scoring record. Wilt Chamberlin has the highest at 100, followed by Kobe Bryant at 81, David Thompson at 73, and David Robinson at 71. Jordans single game scoring high was 69 points, making his the fifth highest single game scoring record in history.
- His 1992 play-off game against the Portland Trailblazers, where he had 35 first half points and nailed 7 three pointers in a row, has been claimed by many as "the closest anyone has ever come to playing a perfect game of basketball." Ironically, Jordan was bypassed in the 1984 draft by the Trailblazers, who picked Sam Bowie instead, a move that has gone down in history as one of the biggest draft day blunders ever.
- Participated in three slam dunk contests, winning two of them.
- Reinvented some of the traditions and rules in basketball. Started the trend of the long-length shorts. He claims he wore them that length so he could cover up his North Carolina shorts, which he always wore during his pro career. However, his style caught on, and soon mostly everyone wore their shorts at a longer length. A new rule also was invented were a player could take one extra step if he was in the process of shooting, passing, or driving to the hoop. This was because of how Jordan would do this quite often in his career without getting a traveling call.
- Showing just how truly talented he was, Jordan's rookie three point average was around 14%. By his last season, he got it up to around 40%. Also, known for his poor defense, rebounding, and assists, Jordan became a regular on the NBA All-Defense team, won the defensive player of the year award, and one season averaged 8 assists and 8 rebounds to go with 35 points, the closest a player has come to averaging a triple-double since Oscar Robertson did.
- During his record performance of 63 points against the Boston Celtics in the playoffs, Larry Bird claimed that Jordan was "God disguised as Michael Jordan."
- Played with the Chicago Bulls for 14 years, 1984-1998, and with the Washington Wizards for 2 years, 2001-2003.
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