Michael Jordan's career field goal percent is 0.497, but his most impressive season was in 1990-1991 playing for the Chicago Bulls when he averaged 0.539 percent field goals made. His career average of minutes per game is 38.3 minutes. During his 15-year career in the NBA from 1984 through 2003, Mic
Michael Jordan is widely regarded as one of the best professional basketball players. Among his other accomplishments, he won six NBA titles with the Chicago Bulls and set the league record by winning 10 titles. He also won five league MVP awards for the regular season and six for the postseason.
Michael Jordan, the former NBA star, has homes in Florida and North Carolina. He has become a bit of a real estate tycoon since retiring, buying up mostly foreclosed homes.
Businesses owned by basketball icon Michael Jordan include seven restaurants, a car dealership and an 80 percent stake of the NBA's Charlotte Bobcats. The superstar earned more than $90 million in 2013 through his business ventures and endorsements, boasting a net worth of about $750 million.
Michael Jordan began playing basketball officially when he tried out for his high school varsity team. He was cut from the team, however, because he was too short and did not have the needed skills.
Michael Jordan has a total of five children, including two sons and three daughters. His children are the products of multiple unions.
Michael Jordan doesn't have a Twitter account, which would be the easiest way to get in touch with him, but his publicity address is Jump Inc., 676 North Michigan Avenue, Suite 293, Chicago, IL 60611. This address is directly associated with his work with the Chicago Bulls.
Michael Jordan changed the world by winning six national NBA championships with his team and by serving as an inspirational speaker. In 2014, he continues to remain active in the sport, despite retiring in 2003.
Basketball great Michael Jordan wore three jersey numbers throughout his NBA career: number 23 with both the Bulls and the Wizards, number 12, and number 45. During his brief stint as a minor league baseball player with the Birmingham Barons, Jordan wore a number 45 jersey.
Michael Jordan studied geography at the University of North Carolina. Jordan's first semester on campus in the fall of 1981 included Basic Writing, Beginning Tennis and Elementary Portuguese.