Michael Jordan – US basketball hero

Today Michael Jordan is the owner and managing member of Charlotte Bobcats North Carolina Basketball Operations. He divorced his wife, Jaunita; the couple with three adult children, Jeffrey, Marcus and Jasmine. It is reported that Juanita received $ 168 million settlement, making it the largest celebrity divorce settlement in the history of public records, according to celebrity magazines.

Michael Jordan, born in 1963 in Brooklyn, New York, grew up in North Carolina. He started the career of astronomical basketball at the accused North Carolina University in Chapel Hill. In 1982 he led the team to a national championship. This performance was covered by Michael Jordan and Sam Perkins' teammate, 1983's Sports Illustrated magazine cover; it would not be the last. In 1984 he became a professional basketball player and joined the NBA Chicago Bulls team.

From the beginning, Michael Jordan was a champion star, entertaining masses with whimsical scoring. His sliding ability, featured on slam-clearers on the free throw line, received the "Air Jordan" nickname. He also gained a reputation as one of the best defensive players in basketball.

In 1991 he won the first NBA championship title with Bulls and in 1992 and 1993 followed this result; fans called triple performance is a "three peat". To learn more about Michael Jordan's tournaments with Chicago Bulls, read Sports Illustrated, ESPN Magazine, Sports Weekly and Sporting News Magazine.

Jordan suddenly retired from basketball at the beginning of the 1993-94 NBA season to continue his baseball career. He joined the Bulls in 1995, and three more league titles (1996, 1997 and 1998) and an NBA record won 72 season-wins in the 1995-96 season. Jordan retired for the second time in 1999, but in 2001 he returned two more NBA seasons as a member of the Washington Wizards.

Jordan's Individual Recognition includes five MVP awards, 10 All-NBA First Team Names, 9 All-Defensive First Team Honors, 14 NBA All-Star Game Releases, All-Star Game MVP Awards, three steals his name, six NBA final MVP awards and the 1988 NBA Defender Player of the Year.

He is also the NBA record for his highest career regular season scoring average (30.12 points per game) and the highest career game scoring average (33.4 points per game). In 1999, ESPN became a member of the XX. He was named the greatest North American athlete of the century and Babe Ruth was second in the Associated Press list of many athletes.

Jordan also mentions the product's approval. During his career he was one of the most successful athletes of the generation. This recognition popularized the NBA in the 1980s and 1990s all over the world.

During his career, Nike, Coca-Cola, Chevrolet, McDonald's, Wheaties, and Hanes were the main spokesperson to name a few. Some of his most famous commercials are "Like Mike" commercials for Gatorade and an advertisement for his shoe, Air Jordan, Nike, the legendary filmmaker of Spike Lee.