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<h1 id="title">Michael Jordan</h1>
  <h3>Air Jordan Aka Basketball GOAT</h3>
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     Michael Jordan smiling during his first playoff series.
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    <p class="life-header bold">Here's timeline of Michael Jordan's life:</p>
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        <span class="bold">Feb. 17, 1963: Born in Brooklyn, N.Y., to parents James Sr. and Deloris Jordan.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">1979: Cut from the varsity team at Laney High in Wilmington N.C.

      <li><span class="bold">1981: After two varsity seasons, is selected a McDonald’s All-American and accepts a scholarship to University of North Carolina.

      <li><span class="bold">March 29, 1982: Makes game-winning shot in NCAA tournament final against Georgetown.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">June 19, 1984: Selected No. 3 by the Chicago Bulls in the NBA draft after centers Hakeem Ojaluwon and Sam Bowie.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Aug. 10, 1984: Scores 20 points in gold-medal game in the L.A. Summer Olympics.

      <li><span class="bold">May 16, 1985: Selected rookie of the year after averaging 28.2 points, 6.5 rebounds and 5.9 assists.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Sept. 15, 1985: Air Jordan 1 basketball shoes released by Nike.

      <li><span class="bold">Oct. 29, 1985: Breaks his left foot in a game at the Golden State Warriors, misses the next 61 games before returning in time for end of season and playoffs.

      <li><span class="bold"></span>April 20, 1986: Scores an NBA-record 63 points in a playoff game, a 135-131 overtime loss to Boston.</li>
      <li><span class="bold">April 16, 1987: Scores 61 points in a loss to Atlanta, capping three-game stretch during which he averages 54.7 points. Wins first of 10 scoring titles.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Feb. 6, 1988: Defeats Dominique Wilkins in the NBA dunk contest in Chicago. It’s the second consecutive dunk contest win for Jordan. One night later, wins his first All-Star game MVP award.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">May 25, 1988: Selected NBA most valuable player for first time, beating out Boston’s Larry Bird and the Lakers’ Magic Johnson.

      <li><span class="bold">May 7, 1989: Makes a game-winning jumper in a deciding Game 5 first-round playoff series against the Cleveland Cavaliers. It’s simply known as “the Shot.”</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">July 10, 1989: Days after firing Doug Collins, the Bulls hire Phil Jackson to be their fourth coach of the Jordan era.

      <li><span class="bold">June 5, 1991: Playing in his first NBA Finals, Jordan rises up in the paint to dunk, switching hands midair for an acrobatic layup against the Lakers. “The Move” helps propel the Bulls to their first NBA title.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">June 3, 1992: Jordan makes six three-point shots in the first half of Game 1 of the NBA Finals against the Portland Trail Blazers, turning to the crowd and shrugging his shoulders. The Bulls win the series in six games.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Aug. 8, 1992: Jordan scores 22 points as the “Dream Team” wins gold at the Barcelona Olympics. On the medal stand, Jordan is draped in the American flag, covering the Reebok logo on his team-issued warmup jacket.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">June 20, 1993: Jordan has 33 points, eight rebounds and seven assists, but it’s John Paxson who makes the game-winning three-pointer in the Bulls’ 99-98 win over the Phoenix Suns for title No. 3. Jordan is Finals MVP for the third time in a row.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Aug. 3, 1993: After missing for three weeks, the body of Jordan’s father is found in a South Carolina creek, although positive identification comes 11 days later. Daniel Green and Larry Demery are later charged and convicted of murder.

      <li><span class="bold">Oct. 6, 1993: In a room filled with coaches, teammates and NBA Commissioner David Stern, Jordan announces his retirement. He says there’s a possibility he could return.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Oct. 23, 1993: In federal court, Jordan testifies that a $53,000 check he wrote to James (Slim) Bouler was to cover gambling losses. He originally said the check was a loan for Bouler to open a driving range.

      <li><span class="bold">Feb. 7, 1994: Jordan signs a contract to play baseball for the Chicago White Sox. He plays for the double-A Birmingham Barons, hitting .202.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">March 18, 1995: Jordan rejoins the Bulls with a two-word fax: “I’m back.”</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">March 28, 1995: Facing the Knicks in Madison Square Garden, Jordan, wearing No. 45, scores 55 points before finding Bill Wennington for the game-winning jumper. It was the record for the most points scored by an opponent at the Garden — a record Kobe Bryant would break.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">May 18, 1995: The Bulls are eliminated in the second round of the playoffs by Shaquille O’Neal and the Orlando Magic. It’s the first playoff series Jordan has lost since June, 3 1990.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">April 21, 1996: Alongside Toni Kukoc, Scottie Pippen and newly acquired Dennis Rodman, the Bulls beat the Washington Bullets 103-93 to win their 72nd game of the season, an NBA record. Jordan is the league’s MVP.

      <li><span class="bold">June 16, 1996: The Bulls cap a postseason in which they lost only three times by beating the Seattle SuperSonics 87-75. Jordan wins his fourth Finals MVP.

      <li><span class="bold">July 13, 1996: Jordan signs a one-year deal worth $30 million, the biggest single-season contract in American team sports history.

      <li><span class="bold">Nov. 15, 1996: Space Jam, a movie starring Jordan alongside Bugs Bunny and the rest of the Looney Toons, is released. The movie grossed $230 million despite mixed reviews.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">June 11, 1997: A physically depleted Jordan scores 33 in Game 5 of the Finals in what will be known as “The Flu Game.”</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">June 13, 1997: Jordan and the Bulls win their fifth title, beating the Utah Jazz in six games. Jordan scores 39 in the clincher, winning another Finals MVP.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">July 24, 1997: The Bulls sign Phil Jackson to a one-year deal worth $6 million, but management makes it clear that it will be his last season with the Bulls, setting the stage for “The Last Dance.”</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">June 14, 1998: Jordan scores 45, including a title-winning jumper after he nudges Utah’s Byron Russell before burying an open shot. Chicago wins its sixth title and Jordan collects a sixth Finals MVP. It’s the last basket he’ll make for the Bulls.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Jan. 13, 1999: Saying he is mentally exhausted, Jordan retires from the NBA for a second time.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Jan. 19, 2000: Jordan becomes part owner and team president of the Washington Wizards. His tenure is defined by the decision to select center Kwame Brown out of high school with the No. 1 overall pick in the 2001 NBA draft.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Sept. 25, 2001: Jordan comes out of retirement (again), this time suiting up for the Wizards. He averages 22.9 points in 60 games in his first season back.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">April 16, 2003: Jordan plays in his last game in the NBA, scoring 15 points.</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold"></span>May 7, 2003: Wizards owner Abe Polin fires Jordan from his role as team president after three-plus unsuccessful years.</li>
      <li><span class="bold">June 15, 2006: Jordan purchases a minority stake in the Charlotte Bobcats from BET founder Robert Johnson, becoming the team’s “managing member of basketball operations.”</span></li>
      <li><span class="bold">Sept. 11, 2009: Jordan is inducted into the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame, delivering a scathing speech of the people who doubted him.

      <li><span class="bold">March 17, 2010: Jordan buys majority ownership of the Charlotte Bobcats, now known as the Hornets, for $275 million, becoming the first former NBA player to become a majority owner.</span></li></ul>

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        <p class="quote">"I've never lost a game, I just ran out of time."</p>
        <p class="quote-author">-- Michael Jordan</p>
        If you have time, you should read more about this amazing athlete.
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