Michael Jeffrey Jordan

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Michael Air Jordan, On February 17, 1963 was born in Brooklyn, New York, USA, Michael Jeffrey Jordan, the fourth son of James and Deloris Jordan. Seven years later the family moved to Wilmington, North Carolina. In 1975 he scored in the Dixie Youth Baseball.Two years later, went to “DCVirgo Junior High School, where he enrolled to do three different sports: basketball, baseball and football. Representing the “Laney High School in basketball, in 1978 first used the legendary number 23, which accompanied him throughout most of his career. In that school also played football and took the decision to quit baseball. In 1980 he obtained a scholarship to play at the University of North Carolina, leading his team to state championship of the Second Division. Shortly after he was named Rookie of the Year “in the Eastern Conference and won the dunk of the tournament NCAA. His dizzying career, she was selected in 1983 for the first time U.S. national set. A year later, Chicago Bulls selected him in the NBA’s annual draft and in the Olympic Games of Los Angeles won its first gold medal. As in the university leagues in 1985 was voted Rookie of the Year “from the NBA and first joined the team of stars. A year later he broke his foot and sitting out in 64 games this season. For his skill and elasticity, it was strange that won the slam dunk championship in 1987 and 1988. Was dedicated in ’87 “Scorer of the Year” (37.1 points per game average) and in ’88 joined the “Best Defensive team and was the” MVP of the NBA. Juanita Vanoy became the “Lady of Jordan in 1989. That same year, her husband again won the award for “Scorer of the Year”, as in the four seasons. He also reached the same laurel in ’96, ’97 and ’98. In 1990 he joined the team of the season. A year later, led the Chicago Bulls to their first NBA ring. He was named MVP of the season and the playoffs.And the magazine Sports Illustrated named him “Sportsman of the Year. The ’92 Barcelona Olympics saw the first and unique “Dream Team” of NBA. Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Charles Barkley, Scottie Pippen and Michael Jordan, among others, gave a unique show in each encounter to deservedly win the gold medal. In 1992 the Chicago Bulls, Jordan’s hand, held the NBA title again and Michael received the award for “Most Valuable Player of the season and the playoffs.