While we can’t speak for Water Fountain Chick, there’s no need for Jordan to show off on our account—his deep résumé does that.
First are his early standout roles in franchise—has been huge.
Yes, it’s more impressive than Magic’s Lakers (nine Finals trips in 12 years), Bird’s Celtics (five Finals appearances in 12 years*), Jeter’s Yankees (seven World Series trips in 18 seasons**), Montana’s 49ers (four Super Bowl appearances in 11 seasons***), Gretzky’s career (five Stanley Cup trips in 21 seasons with four teams) and yes, Michael Jordan’s Chicago Bulls (six NBA Finals appearances in 10 years in the Windy City).
Remember, we’re talking about a 6th round draft pick.
To make things a little more interesting, NBA analyst Jalen Rose predicted that His Airness, at age 50, would come out of retirement this season to play one game.
Jordan already proved that he can still dunk when a video of him jamming one-handed at his Flight Camp in August made the rounds on the Web.
” The former basketball player was one of 21 stars honored by President Barack Obama at the White House on Tuesday afternoon (November 22) in Washington, D. “He’s more than just an logo, more than just an internet meme,” Obama said in his speech.
“He’s more than just a charitable donor or a business owner committed to diversity.
Jordan does the one thing you never do when you’re working out with a personal trainer—especially one who’s happy to make you pay for it.
He tells him that the weight is too light, before the guy’s even given him the final rep count.
I've never been in love [in a movie] before, so I want to know what that's like.