Charlotte Bobcats, previously a US professional basketball player and an active businessman, Michael Jeffrey Jordon was born in Brooklyn, New York on February 17, 1963. His mother, Doloris, a bank employee and his father, James R. Jordon sr. an equipment inspector moved to Wilmington, North Carolina, when he was a small child. Four out of five children.
His parents had some good habits in him. Her father taught her to work hard and she taught her to sew, clean and wash her. His father was a baseball fan, and originally Jordan played his baseball with his father, but later when he started idolizing his brother, Larry. He moved to basketball. She studied at Emsley at Laney High School in Wilmington and played baseball, football and basketball. He tried the varsity basketball team at first but failed.
He became the star of the Laney Junior Section. He was strictly trained and selected for McDonald's All American Team. After graduating from his school, he obtained a basketball scholarship at the University of North Carolina where he graduated from the legendary coach Dean Smith and at the cultural geography. He was the father of the year.
In 1984, he was awarded the prize for "High Prize" and "College Player" in the year. He left the university one year before he joined the 1984 NBA draft.
In his first season of the NBA, he reported as "The star was born" in the cover of "sports illustrated." He was annoyed by many of his older players in connection with the new star. He received the title "Roukie of the Year". This was only the beginning of a career with recognition and recognition.
Six NBA Championships.
Six NBA Finals – The Most Valuable Player Prize.
Three All Star Game (MVP) Awards and Guardian of the Year.
At the top of his career, he was captured by tragedy in 1993, his father was assassinated. In the midst of tragedy and gambling disputes, Jordan decided to retire from basketball.
In 1994, he decided to play baseball; It was not in practice and played an unusual season for Double A Birmingham Barrons.
In 1995, he announced that he would return to basketball. He returned to the NBA and beat New York Nicks. He won three NBA consecutive NBA championships and gave room for history as "the NBA's greatest player at all times."
Retired in 1999 and became the owner of Washington Wizards.
Reigned in 2001-02, which is mediocre. She then retired and was dismissed as President of the Washington Wizards.
Jordan played two Olympic gold medals with US basketball teams.
After retiring, he spent time with Jordan's family, playing with the famous charity championships, popularizing his clothing line and riding motorbikes.
In 2010, he became the first NBA player to become one of the most important owners of the championship franchise by buying Bobcats.
Jordan divorced from his wife, Juanita Vanoy. He has two sons and a daughter. He lives in the Illinois Highland Park.
Nike, Gatorade, Chevrolet, MacDonald's, Ball Park, Honest and Rayovac's one of the biggest spokespersons.