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101 Facts About Michael Jordan
2. In 1991, Michael Jordan debuted the Air Jordan 6 "Infrared" during All-Star Weekend in his home state of North Carolina.
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4. Michael Jordan initially wanted his brand to be Adidas, but as the company was going through succession problems, they wouldn't make Jordan an offer.
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9. Michael Jordan is the most decorated player in the NBA, past or present.
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13. Michael Jordan was named the NCAA College Player of the Year in both 1983 and in 1984.
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17. Michael Jordan left college after his junior year to join the NBA.
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18. Michael Jordan was born on February 17, 1963, in Brooklyn, New York.
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21. Michael Jordan is famous for his gravity-defying skills on the court as an NBA legend and Hall-of-Famer.
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23. Michael Jordan has had a long relationship with Gatorade, appearing in over 20 commercials for the company since 1991, including the "Be Like Mike" commercials in which a song was sung by children wishing to be like Jordan.
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24. Michael Jordan proposed to his longtime girlfriend, Cuban-American model Yvette Prieto, on Christmas 2011, and they were married on April 27, 2013, at Bethesda-by-the-Sea Episcopal Church.
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28. Michael Jordan was capable of aggressively driving to the basket, as well as drawing fouls from his opponents at a high rate; his 8,772 free throw attempts are the 11th-highest total in NBA history.
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29. Michael Jordan promoted his Jordan Brand clothing line and rode motorcycles.
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30. Michael Jordan won a gold medal as a college player in the 1984 Summer Olympics.
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31. Michael Jordan managed to purge the team of several highly paid, unpopular players, but used the first pick in the 2001 NBA draft to select high schooler Kwame Brown, who did not live up to expectations and was traded away after four seasons.
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36. Michael Jordan averaged a Finals-record 41.0 ppg during the six-game series, and became the first player in NBA history to win three straight Finals MVP awards.
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39. Michael Jordan was selected by consensus to the NCAA All-American First Team in both his sophomore and junior (1984) seasons.
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42. Michael Jordan holds the NBA records for highest career regular season scoring average and highest career playoff scoring average (33.45 points per game).
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49. Michael Jordan was one the greatests to play the game of basketball and he has some hardware to show for it: six NBA Championships.
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53. Allen Iverson says Michael Jordan called him a "Lil Bitch" when he met him so he paid him back with infamous crossover.
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54. On January 20, 2015, Michael Jordan was honored with the Charlotte Business Journal's Business Person of the Year for 2014.
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56. Michael Jordan made an appearance in the music video of Michael Jackson's "Jam".
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60. Michael Jordan listed his Highland Park mansion for sale in 2012.
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63. Michael Jordan placed second to Babe Ruth in the Associated Press' December 1999 list of 20th century athletes.
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73. Michael Jordan played in his final NBA game on April 16, 2003, in Philadelphia.
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75. On February 21, 2003, Michael Jordan became the first 40-year-old to tally 43 points in an NBA game.
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79. Michael Jordan executed a series of plays, considered to be one of the greatest clutch performances in NBA Finals history.
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83. On March 18, 1995, Michael Jordan announced his return to the NBA through a two-word press release: "I'm back.
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84. In March 1995, Michael Jordan decided to quit baseball due to the ongoing Major League Baseball strike, as he wanted to avoid becoming a potential replacement player.
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85. In 1994, Michael Jordan played for the Birmingham Barons, a Double-A minor league affiliate of the Chicago White Sox, batting.
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86. Michael Jordan has stated this decision was made to pursue the dream of his late father, who had always envisioned his son as a Major League Baseball player.
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91. Michael Jordan returned to North Carolina to complete his degree in 1986.
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92. In 1981, Michael Jordan accepted a basketball scholarship to North Carolina, where he majored in cultural geography.
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94. In 2014, Michael Jordan became the first billionaire player in NBA history.
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96. Michael Jordan is a two-time inductee into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, having been enshrined in 2009 for his individual career, and again in 2010 as part of the group induction of the 1992 United States men's Olympic basketball team.
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97. Michael Jordan retired for a second time in January 1999, but returned for two more NBA seasons from 2001 to 2003 as a member of the Wizards.
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101. Michael Jordan uploaded the poster onto Twitter Tuesday alongside the caption, "Fight of the Century.
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