Michael Jordan – from the unlikely basketball player to the superstar known to the internet

Michael Jeffery Jordan is probably one of the best-known names in the basketball world. He was born in New York on February 17, 1963. During the 1980s and 1990s Jordan was famous for the National Basketball Association or the NBA. He is the fourth child of his parents, James R. Jordan, Sr. and Deloris Jordan.

As he developed his interest in basketball, the grammar school he went to did not allow himself to play altitude, and a few months later he was between 5 and 11 and 6. In 1981, he received a basketball scholarship at the University of North Carolina for his impressive records on school. In the 1982 NCAA Championship, the game was wounded by a leap shot, which he says is the turning point for his career and what caused him today.

Then began his career in 1984 when he signed Chicago Bulls. When he turned to the pros, he soon became a public icon and was also on the Sports Illustrated cover, titled "The Star was Born." From 1991 to 1993, he won the NBA title and was known as the best basketball player. Although many people did not like him, many people wanted to see him out of the free throwing line. This was the most famous in time and what keeps him in the Air Jordan nickname. This is also the name of the signature shoes, which requires almost every child.

In October 1993 he was granted temporary leave to play baseball, but he was not really good at all and the only reason he left basketball for losing his father was back in 1995. He then won the NBA championship titles between 1996 and 1998. Then, in 1999, he paused to return in 2001 but is now joining the Washington wizards. He played with the team until 2003.

Michael Jordan was a member of two award-winning gold medalist Olympic teams. The first team won the first gold medal at the 1984 Summer Olympics and the second in the 1992 Summer Olympics. In the NBA, he set a record, as he averaged 30.1 points in the highest career in the regular season. He was the best he ever had, I think, and he was my favorite player for years until Carmelo Anthony and Labron James started playing at the NBA. He will always remember as history and he will always be the one who dunked for the first free throw line. Even though he was a little boy when he quickly moved to the NBA.