Michael Jordan Tribute | From 6 to 53 Years Old

Michael Jordan Tribute & Best Basketball Career Highlights Mix. Jordan’s greatest nba moments compilation: young photos, nba highlights documentary, top 10 slam dunks photos, interview, baseball, crying, workout, wife and house, rookie training, playoffs, nike air jordan shoes, draft, golf, jump flying skills, last nba game, motivation, retirement by TheMaster (mmamaster) youtube channel.
Michael Jordan was one of the best basketball players of all time. He was born in 1963 in Brooklyn, New York.

In the draft, the Chicago Bulls picked Jordan third overall. Jordan’s impact on the NBA (National Basketball Association) was legendary. During his rookie season with the Bulls, he scored 40 points or more seven times. In addition, Jordan made the NBA All-Star team and won the Rookie of the Year award. After sitting out much of the 1985-1986 season because of a foot injury. In the 1986-1987 season, he averaged an unheard of 37.1 points per game.

From making spectacularly unimaginable shots, to winning slam-dunk contents, the high-flying, tongue-wagging Jordan soon became the most popular athlete in the world. Intimidating and extremely competitive, he had a knack for hitting game winning shots and playing tenacious defense. He established marketing deals with some of the world’s largest companies such as Nike, Haines, Gatorade, McDonalds, Wheaties, and MCI. Nike’s Air Jordan shoe line became one of the most popular of all time. Other commercials, such as those starring him alongside movie producer Spike Lee were also very successful. He even starred in the Disney film “Space Jam”. Air Jordan is a brand of basketball footwear and athletic clothing produced by Nike and endorsed and created for Chicago Bulls basketball player Michael Jordan. The original Air Jordan I sneaker was produced for Jordan in 1984, and released to the public in 1985. The shoes were designed for Nike by Peter Moore, Tinker Hatfield, and Bruce Kilgore.

In 1994, Michael pursued his dream of playing baseball. He played for the Birmingham Barons, a minor league affiliate of the Chicago White Sox. On January 13th 1999, with seemingly nothing more to prove or accomplish, Michael Jordan retired for a second time. Despite his retirement, Jordan could not let go of his competitive urges. In 2001-2002, after serving as an executive for the Washington Wizards, Jordan returned to the court as a guard for them. Although his skills were noticeably diminished, he averaged 22.9 points per game. On April 16, 2003, Jordan played his very last game in the NBA against the Philadelphia 76ers. Jordan retired forever after the 2003 season.

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