Michael Jeffrey Jordan was born on February 17, 1963, at Cumberland Hospital in North Brooklyn’s Fort Greene neighborhood. A former professional and college basketball player from the United States who is generally thought to be one of the best all-around players in ballgame history. Under his leadership, the Chicago Bulls won six championships in the National Basketball Association (NBA).

Michael Jordan Net Worth

Michael Jordan has a $3 billion net worth. Jordan’s NBA career yielded a salary of $94 million. His pre-tax earnings from endorsement agreements with McDonald’s, Gatorade, and Nike are estimated to be in the neighborhood of $2.4 billion. 

The last income check he got from Nike was for $260 million. The most profitable thing he did was invest in the Charlotte Hornets. The sale price was 17 times higher than when he first bought most of the team 13 years ago.

He represents companies like Gatorade, Rayovac, MCI, Ball Park Franks, Hanes, McDonald’s, Coca-Cola, Chevrolet, and Nike. Jordan additionally involves individuals who work as spokespeople for Upper Deck, 2K Sports, and Five Star Fragrances. Michael owns seven restaurants.

Michael Jordan Net Worth

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Jordan Family

Michael Jeffrey Jordan is the son of James R. Jordan Sr., an equipment supervisor, and bank employee Deloris (née Peoples). He has an older sister named Deloris and a younger sister named Roslyn. He also has two older brothers, James R. Jordan Jr. and fellow basketball star Larry Jordan. 

Jordan and his family relocated to Wilmington, North Carolina, in 1968.He played basketball, baseball, and football at Emsley A. Laney High School in Wilmington, which was the highlight of his sports career. In his second year, he tried out for the varsity basketball team but was turned down because he was too short. He was 5 feet 11 inches (1.80 m) tall.

Michael Basketball Career 

Jordan was named ACC Freshman of the Year after averaging 13.4 points per game and making 53.4% of his field goal attempts as a freshman in coach Dean Smith’s team-oriented scheme. His jump shot won the NCAA Championship game against Georgetown in 1982. Patrick Ewing, who would later play for the NBA rivals, led Georgetown.

With the third pick in the 1984 NBA draft, the Chicago Bulls chose Jordan. On October 26, 1984, Jordan debuted in the NBA at Chicago Stadium, where he accumulated 16 points. Jordan’s first season with the Bulls, 1984–85, he scored 28.2 points per game on 51.5% shooting and helped a team that had only won 35% of games in the previous three seasons make the playoffs.

During the 1987–88 season, Jordan averaged 35.0 points per game and shot 53.5% from the field, which earned him his first league MVP award. The NBA also named him Defensive Player of the Year.

When Jordan retired on October 6, 1993, he said he had lost the desire to play basketball. Later, Jordan said that the murder of his father three months before had a big impact on the decision he made.

Six NBA titles were won by the Chicago Bulls under Michael Jordan’s direction. He was named league MVP a total of five times, which is a high achievement. Michael’s career score average is the best of all time. Jordan was made a member of the Hall of Fame on September 11, 2009. Ten-time All-NBA First Team, Defensive Player of the Year, and Six-Time NBA Finals MVP are some of the other titles he won during his time.

Michael Basketball Career 

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Michael Jordan Charity Work

One of his first acts of charity was giving $2 million to three different charities: the NAACP Legal Defense Fund, the Institute for Community-Police Relations, and the Justice Department.

Jordan promised to open two health offices in Charlotte for people with insurance and low incomes. In October 2019, the first clinic started. In October 2020, the second clinic opened.

When the documentary series “The Last Dance” made Jordan $3–4 million, he gave all of that money to charity in April 2020.

Jordan gave $2 million to the organization Feeding America to help people in need during the COVID-19 pandemic. Michael Jordan announced a $10 million grant to the Make-A-Wish charity on his 60th birthday in February 2023. This was his most important single act of charity.

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