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    Michael Jordan

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    Michael Jeffrey Jordan, third son of Delores and James Jordan, was born on February 17th 1963 in Brooklyn, NY. As a child Michael was not a very focused individual. This all changed after moving from Brooklyn to Wilmington N.C.. Michael began attending Emsley A. Laney High School. He became a B + student and excelled as an athlete in football, basketball, and baseball. In the fall of his sophomore year at Laney High school 5 foot 9 Michael was cut from the varsity basketball team. Instead of MJ

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    Michael Jordan

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    Michael Jordan is arguably the best basketball player in the National Basketball Association’s (NBA) history. Michael has led a very successful life, and once said, “Enjoy every minute of life. Never second-guess life,” meaning enjoy who you are, and believe in yourself. (A&E). Michael, as a baby was different from the average child. He was born on February 17, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York. In addition, as a baby Michael rarely ever cried (Dolan 34). Michael is the fourth of five children. Michael

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    Michael Jordan's childhood and teenage years provided little evidence of the superstar he would later become. In fact, Jordan failed to make his basketball team in high school because of his height. Besides his early failures in basketball, Jordan had a typical and normal childhood; he was born in Brooklyn on February 17, 1963 to a family of five, but his family moved to North Carolina when he was just three. He came from a stable middle class family; his father was a supervisor at a General Electric

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    Michael Jordan

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    Michael Jordan was born on February 17, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York, and when he was still a toddler, his parents moved to Wilmington, North Carolina. Jordan played baseball, basketball, and football as a child. He loved baseball, but his love for basketball started growing when his older brother, Larry, kept beating him in one-on-one pick up games. Because of this, Jordan was determined to become a better basketball player. Jordan played basketball for Laney High School in Wilmington, North Carolina

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    ever touch a basketball; he is Michael Jordan. Michael Jordan was born on February 17, 1963 in Brooklyn, New York. Jordan's family moved to moved to Wilmington, North Carolina while he was young along with his three siblings. He attended Ogden Elementary School, and later Trask Junior High School. Jordan attended Emsley A. Laney High School, where he anchored his athletic career by playing baseball, football, and basketball ("Michael Jordan" Wikipedia). When jordan was twelve, he played with his

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    Another person that has influenced me is an entrepreneur and retired professional Hall of Fame basketball player Michael Jordan. Michael Jordan is not only a retired professional basketball player that went to the University of North Carolina but he also hosted a numerous of basketball camps to give children the opportunity to live out their dreams. Mr. Jordan stated. “If you 're trying to achieve, there will be roadblocks. I 've had them; everybody has had them. But obstacles don 't have to stop

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    Michael Jordan: The Legend

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    parity. According to many sports fans and critics, Michael Jordan is one of the most notoriously talented athletes of the twentieth and twenty-first century. His success and accomplishments on the basketball court helped to turn the spotlight towards the NBA during the eighties and nineties. Michael Jordan was born on February 17, 1963, in Brooklyn, New York (Michael Jordan). He was the fourth of five children born to James and Deloris Jordan. Both of Michael’s parents worked for a living. Michael’s

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    Essay On Michael Jordan

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    Zack Jeppsen Ms. Garcia English April 10, 2014 Michael Jordan ​Michael Jordan is considered, by many, to be the greatest basketball player of all-time. However many do not know who he is as a person, or what he has contributed to basketball. Michael Jordan may be the greatest basketball player of all-time, but he is much more than a basketball player. He has contributed to many different charities, he was a baseball player, and he is a golfer. He is a champion off the court just as much as he was

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    Biography of Michael Jordan

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    Michael Jeffrey Jordan is a person everyone has heard about sometime in their life. Many consider him the greatest Basketball player of all time. With his attributes and wits he never lost hope. “Always turn a negative situation into a positive situation” (“Michael Jordan Quotes”). Which is what he was good at otherwise he wouldn’t have 6 National Championships. One example of his attributes was on June 11, 1997, Michael Jordan had come down with the flu. He was not suppose to show, but at pregame

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    Biography of Michael Jordan Michael Jeffrey Jordan is known by many people as the best basketball player ever to play the game. Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls, helping them obtained six championship titles in eight years. Now remembered for being the best and the most popular athlete in the sports world. He had a great influence on the people. "Jordan was just another great legend" (Stein 2). Being a role model on and off the court Jordan showed his abilities to play the game and his

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