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Michael Jordan By: Nash Curator’s office Sources Cited His Young Life • He was born in 1963 in Brooklyn, New York • He also was the fourth of five children by his parents named James R. Jordan Sr. and Delores Jordan • Michael went to Emsly A. Laney High School • Michael won one championship in 1982 scoring the final goal to win the game over Georgetown • The next year Michael won the Player of the Year award and did the same the next year • He earned a basketball scholarship at UNC • In 1994 he signed a two year contract with the Chicago White Sox and it wasn’t very successful. Two years later, Michael stared in space jam. Michael’s stats • In 1984 Michael got NBA Rookie of the Year Award • Also 1991 and 1992 he won the MVP and the championship • Three years later Michael again won the MVP award and the championship • He continued to receive the same awards in 1997 • Michael has five regular season MVP’S and three all star MVP’S and six NBA championships • Also he made the 1984 U.S. Olympic as a member • The next year the Bulls won 72 out of 82 games and he averaged 30.4 points per game • Michael got more than 3,000 points that year • In 2001, he joined the Wizards as a part owner and as a President of Basketball Operations • Two years later he hung his jersey for good • Three years later he shared the Charlotte Bobcats Managing member of basketball Operations • Then another three years he was introduced into the Hall of Fame Today Right now, Michael works as a business man and works at some restaurants. He lives in Highland Park, Illinois. The reason I like Michael is because he was good and he was a competitor. Today, he owns the Charlotte Bobcats NBA team. Sources Cited http://www.biography.com/people/michael-jordan http://www.history-timelines.org.uk/people-timelines/20- michael-jordantimeline.htm My Life My name is Nash. I was born on August 19, 2002. I like play sports and I like pizza and video games.
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