Michael Jeffrey Jordan (* Februar in Brooklyn, New York City, New York ) ist ein ehemaliger US-amerikanischer Basketballspieler, Unternehmer und. Michael Jordan ist ein amerikanischer Basketballspieler und wurde geboren. ✓ Geburtstag, ✓ Biografie und ✓ Steckbrief auf stonepark.nu Sept. Worte sind nicht in Ansätzen zu leisten imstande, um das auszudrücken, was Michael Jordan mit dem Basketball angestellt hat bzw. was der. Nein, bitte nur die Sport News des Tages. Einen keifenden Ehrgeiz-Papa brauchen die Neugierigen aber nicht zu erwarten. Dort besuchte er ab die Laney Highschool. Du bist der Beste. Ich meine Carmelo war doch vor 2 -3 jahren Alleinunterhalter bei den nuggets und von daher kein Wunder oder? Niemand wird jemals wieder das Trikot mit der Nummer 23 bei den Miami Heat tragen. Jordan steht seit Ende der er nicht nur auf einer Stufe mit Elvis oder den Beatles, sondern wird fast schon als höhere Instanz vergöttert. Worte sind nicht in Ansätzen zu leisten imstande, um das auszudrücken, was Michael Jordan mit dem Basketball angestellt hat bzw. Ein Fehler ist aufgetreten. Ich habe alles erreicht. Kurz zuvor war sein Vater, James Jordan, ermordet worden.
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He also gained a reputation for being one of the best defensive players in basketball. Although Jordan abruptly retired from basketball before the beginning of the —94 NBA season , and started a new career in Minor League Baseball , he returned to the Bulls in March and led them to three additional championships in , , and , as well as a then-record 72 regular-season wins in the —96 NBA season.
Jordan retired for a second time in January , but returned for two more NBA seasons from to as a member of the Wizards.
He holds the NBA records for highest career regular season scoring average Jordan is a two-time inductee into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame , having been enshrined in for his individual career, and again in as part of the group induction of the United States men's Olympic basketball team "The Dream Team".
Jordan is also known for his product endorsements. He fueled the success of Nike's Air Jordan sneakers, which were introduced in and remain popular today.
In , he became part-owner and head of basketball operations for the Charlotte Bobcats; he bought a controlling interest in In , Jordan became the first billionaire player in NBA history.
He is the third-richest African-American, behind Robert F. Smith and Oprah Winfrey. His family moved to Wilmington, North Carolina , when he was a toddler.
Jordan is the fourth of five children. He has two older brothers, Larry Jordan and James R. Jordan attended Emsley A. Laney High School in Wilmington, where he highlighted his athletic career by playing basketball, baseball, and football.
He tried out for the varsity basketball team during his sophomore year , but at 5'11" 1. His taller friend, Harvest Leroy Smith , was the only sophomore to make the team.
Motivated to prove his worth, Jordan became the star of Laney's junior varsity team , and tallied several point games. Upon earning a spot on the varsity roster, Jordan averaged about 20 points per game over his final two seasons of high school play.
Jordan was recruited by numerous college basketball programs, including Duke , North Carolina , South Carolina , Syracuse , and Virginia. One of the primary reasons why Jordan was not drafted sooner was because the first two teams were in need of a center.
During his rookie season with the Bulls, Jordan averaged Jordan's second season was cut short when he broke his foot in the third game of the year, causing him to miss 64 games.
Jordan recovered in time to participate in the playoffs and performed well upon his return. Against a —86 Boston Celtics team that is often considered one of the greatest in NBA history,  Jordan set the still-unbroken record for points in a playoff game with 63 in Game 2.
Jordan had completely recovered in time for the —87 season ,  and he had one of the most prolific scoring seasons in NBA history. He became the only player other than Wilt Chamberlain to score 3, points in a season, averaging a league high The Bulls reached 40 wins,  and advanced to the playoffs for the third consecutive year.
However, they were again swept by the Celtics. Jordan again led the league in scoring during the —88 season , averaging He was also named the Defensive Player of the Year , as he had averaged 1.
In the —89 season , Jordan again led the league in scoring, averaging The Cavaliers series included a career highlight for Jordan when he hit The Shot over Craig Ehlo at the buzzer in the fifth and final game of the series.
The Bulls entered the —90 season as a team on the rise, with their core group of Jordan and young improving players like Scottie Pippen and Horace Grant , and under the guidance of new coach Phil Jackson.
Jordan averaged a league leading However, despite pushing the series to seven games, the Bulls lost to the Pistons for the third consecutive season.
In the —91 season , Jordan won his second MVP award after averaging The Bulls defeated the New York Knicks and the Philadelphia 76ers in the opening two rounds of the playoffs.
They advanced to the Eastern Conference Finals where their rival, the Detroit Pistons , awaited them. However, this time the Bulls beat the Pistons in a four-game sweep.
The Bulls won the series four games to one, and compiled a 15—2 playoff record along the way. Jordan and the Bulls continued their dominance in the —92 season , establishing a 67—15 record, topping their franchise record from — The media, hoping to recreate a Magic—Bird rivalry , highlighted the similarities between "Air" Jordan and Clyde "The Glide" during the pre-Finals hype.
Marv Albert , who broadcast the game, later stated that it was as if Jordan was saying, "I can't believe I'm doing this. Jordan was named Finals MVP for the second year in a row  and finished the series averaging In the —93 season , despite a He averaged a Finals-record With his third Finals triumph, Jordan capped off a seven-year run where he attained seven scoring titles and three championships, but there were signs that Jordan was tiring of his massive celebrity and all of the non-basketball hassles in his life.
During the Bulls' playoff run in , controversy arose when Jordan was seen gambling in Atlantic City, New Jersey , the night before a game against the New York Knicks.
Jordan stated, "Yeah, I've gotten myself into situations where I would not walk away and I've pushed the envelope. Yeah, it depends on how you look at it.
If you're willing to jeopardize your livelihood and your family, then yeah. On October 6, , Jordan announced his retirement, citing a loss of desire to play the game.
Jordan later stated that the death of his father three months earlier also shaped his decision. Jordan was close to his father; as a child he had imitated his father's proclivity to stick out his tongue while absorbed in work.
He later adopted it as his own signature, displaying it each time he drove to the basket. In his autobiography For the Love of the Game , Jordan wrote that he had been preparing for retirement as early as the summer of Jordan's announcement sent shock waves throughout the NBA and appeared on the front pages of newspapers around the world.
Jordan then further surprised the sports world by signing a Minor League Baseball contract with the Chicago White Sox on February 7, In the —94 season , the Bulls achieved a 55—27 record without Jordan in the lineup,  and lost to the New York Knicks in the second round of the playoffs.
The —95 Bulls were a shell of the championship team of just two years earlier. Struggling at mid-season to ensure a spot in the playoffs, Chicago was 31—31 at one point in mid-March.
In March , Jordan decided to quit baseball due to the ongoing Major League Baseball strike , as he wanted to avoid becoming a potential replacement player.
Although he had not played an NBA game in a year and a half, Jordan played well upon his return, making a game-winning jump shot against Atlanta in his fourth game back.
He then scored 55 points in the next game against the Knicks at Madison Square Garden on March 28, At the end of Game 1, Orlando's Nick Anderson stripped Jordan from behind, leading to the game-winning basket for the Magic; he would later comment that Jordan "didn't look like the old Michael Jordan"  and that "No.
Jordan responded by scoring 38 points in the next game, which Chicago won. Before the game, Jordan decided that he would immediately resume wearing his former number, Jordan was freshly motivated by the playoff defeat, and he trained aggressively for the —96 season.
In the —97 season , the Bulls started out 69—11, but missed out on a second consecutive win season by losing their final two games to finish 69— The series against the Jazz featured two of the more memorable clutch moments of Jordan's career.
He won Game 1 for the Bulls with a buzzer-beating jump shot. In Game 5, with the series tied at 2, Jordan played despite being feverish and dehydrated from a stomach virus.
In what is known as the " Flu Game ", Jordan scored 38 points, including the game-deciding 3-pointer with 25 seconds remaining.
Jordan and the Bulls compiled a 62—20 record in the —98 season. Jordan executed a series of plays, considered to be one of the greatest clutch performances in NBA Finals history.
When play resumed, Jordan received the inbound pass, drove to the basket, and hit a shot over several Jazz defenders, cutting the Utah lead to 86— Malone jostled with Rodman and caught the pass, but Jordan cut behind him and took the ball out of his hands for a steal.
With 10 seconds remaining, Jordan started to dribble right, then crossed over to his left, possibly pushing off Russell,    although the officials did not call a foul.
Afterwards, John Stockton missed a game-winning three-pointer. Jordan and the Bulls won their sixth NBA championship and second three-peat.
Game 6 also holds the highest television rating of any game in NBA history. With Phil Jackson 's contract expiring, the pending departures of Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman looming, and being in the latter stages of an owner-induced lockout of NBA players, Jordan retired for the second time on January 13, He controlled all aspects of the Wizards' basketball operations, and had the final say in all personnel matters.
Opinions of Jordan as a basketball executive were mixed. Despite his January claim that he was " Inspired by the NHL comeback of his friend Mario Lemieux the previous winter,  Jordan spent much of the spring and summer of in training, holding several invitation-only camps for NBA players in Chicago.
On September 25, , Jordan announced his return to the NBA to play for the Washington Wizards, indicating his intention to donate his salary as a player to a relief effort for the victims of the September 11 attacks.
His last seven appearances were in a reserve role, in which he averaged just over 20 minutes per game. With the recognition that —03 would be Jordan's final season, tributes were paid to him throughout the NBA.
In his final game at the United Center in Chicago, which was his old home court, Jordan received a four-minute standing ovation.
In the end, he accepted the spot of Vince Carter , who decided to give it up under great public pressure.
After scoring only 13 points in the game, Jordan went to the bench with 4 minutes and 13 seconds remaining in the third quarter and his team trailing the Philadelphia 76ers , 75— Just after the start of the fourth quarter, the First Union Center crowd began chanting "We want Mike!
After the second foul shot, the 76ers in-bounded the ball to rookie John Salmons , who in turn was intentionally fouled by Bobby Simmons one second later, stopping time so that Jordan could return to the bench.
Jordan received a three-minute standing ovation from his teammates, his opponents, the officials, and the crowd of 21, fans. Jordan played on two Olympic gold medal -winning American basketball teams.
He won a gold medal as a college player in the Summer Olympics. Jordan led the team in scoring, averaging Jordan was the only player to start all 8 games in the Olympics.
Playing limited minutes due to the frequent blowouts , Jordan averaged After his third retirement, Jordan assumed that he would be able to return to his front office position as Director of Basketball Operations with the Wizards.
Jordan kept busy over the next few years. He stayed in shape, played golf in celebrity charity tournaments, and spent time with his family in Chicago.
He also promoted his Jordan Brand clothing line and rode motorcycles. On June 15, , Jordan bought a minority stake in the Charlotte Bobcats , becoming the team's second-largest shareholder behind majority owner Robert L.
As part of the deal, Jordan took full control over the basketball side of the operation, with the title "Managing Member of Basketball Operations.
In February , it was reported that Jordan was seeking majority ownership of the Bobcats. During the NBA lockout , The New York Times wrote that Jordan led a group of 10 to 14 hardline owners who wanted to cap the players' share of basketball-related income at 50 percent and as low as Journalists observed that, during the labor dispute in , Jordan had told Washington Wizards then-owner Abe Pollin , "If you can't make a profit, you should sell your team.
During the —12 NBA season that was shortened to 66 games by the lockout, the Bobcats posted a 7—59 record. It's very, very frustrating", Jordan said later that year.
Jordan was a shooting guard who was also capable of playing as a small forward the position he would primarily play during his second return to professional basketball with the Washington Wizards , and as a point guard.
With the Bulls, he decided 25 games with field goals or free throws in the last 30 seconds, including two NBA Finals games and five other playoff contests.
To help improve his defense, he spent extra hours studying film of opponents. On offense, he relied more upon instinct and improvisation at game time.
Jordan had a versatile offensive game. He was capable of aggressively driving to the basket, as well as drawing fouls from his opponents at a high rate; his 8, free throw attempts are the 11th-highest total in NBA history.
According to Hubie Brown , this move alone made him nearly unstoppable. In addition, he set both seasonal and career records for blocked shots by a guard,  and combined this with his ball-thieving ability to become a standout defensive player.
Jordan's talent was clear from his first NBA season. By , the season of his Finals-winning shot against the Jazz, he was well known throughout the league as a clutch performer.
In the regular season, Jordan was the Bulls' primary threat in the final seconds of a close game and in the playoffs; he would always ask for the ball at crunch time.
Many of Jordan's contemporaries have said that Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time. Jordan's athletic leaping ability, highlighted in his back-to-back Slam Dunk Contest championships in and , is credited by many people with having influenced a generation of young players.
I think it was the exposure of Michael Jordan; the marketing of Michael Jordan. Everything was marketed towards the things that people wanted to see, which was scoring and dunking.
That Michael Jordan still played defense and an all-around game, but it was never really publicized. During his heyday, Jordan did much to increase the status of the game, but the popularity of the NBA in the U.
The exhibit also has a batting glove to signify Jordan's short career in Minor League Baseball. His emotional reaction during his speech—when he began to cry—was captured by Associated Press photographer Stephan Savoia and would later go viral on social media as the Crying Jordan Internet meme.
Jordan and Vanoy filed for divorce on January 4, , citing irreconcilable differences, but reconciled shortly thereafter.
They again filed for divorce and were granted a final decree of dissolution of marriage on December 29, , commenting that the decision was made "mutually and amicably".
In , Jordan purchased a lot in Highland Park, Illinois , to build a 56, square-foot 5, m 2 mansion, which was completed four years later. Jordan listed his Highland Park mansion for sale in After two seasons, Jeffrey left the Illinois basketball team in He later rejoined the team for a third season,   then received a release to transfer to the University of Central Florida , where Marcus was attending.
He began attending UCF in the fall of ,  and played three seasons of basketball for the school.
A DNA test showed Jordan was not the father of the child. Jordan is one of the most marketed sports figures in history. Nike created a signature shoe for him, called the Air Jordan , in In the commercials Lee, as Blackmon, attempted to find the source of Jordan's abilities and became convinced that "it's gotta be the shoes".
Subsequently, Nike spun off the Jordan line into its own division named the "Jordan Brand". The company features an impressive list of athletes and celebrities as endorsers.
Jordan also has been associated with the Looney Tunes cartoon characters. Jordan's yearly income from the endorsements is estimated to be over forty million dollars.
Most of Jordan's endorsement deals, including his first deal with Nike, were engineered by his agent, David Falk. He's the one who came up with the concept of 'Air Jordan.
Forbes designated Jordan as the athlete with the highest career earnings in Jordan co-owns an automotive group which bears his name.
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His limbs are long, and his overall body type is ectomorphic, suggesting he is prone to grow sinuous muscles with ease due to his naturally robust metabolism.
In spite of numerous injuries throughout his career, Michael continues to maintain a fit and active physique.
In the prime of his basketball career, Michael maintained a weight of pounds. In his rookie days, Michael started off at a weight of pounds, and by his comeback in the early s with the Washington Wizards, he carried a weight of pounds.
These days, at age 52, retired from professional sports and working full-time as an entrepreneur and owner of the Charlotte Hornets, Michael weighs in at pounds.
However, Air Jordan was the nickname that became widely popular during the mids and, eventually, led to the production of a personalized line of basketball shoes by the same name.
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