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I Now Pronounce You Jumpman And Wife: Michael Jordan Tied The Knot Yesterday In The World’s Biggest Tent (PHOTOS)
Michael Jordan, who apparently played basketball when he was younger, married his girlfriend of 3 years, former model Yvette Prieto yesterday at an understated event in his backyard. More sarcastic descriptions of the star studded event inside.
BREAKING: Michael Jordan’s ‘Flu Game’ Should Actually Be Called The ‘Premeditated Poisoned Pizza Performance”
But seriously, he apparently didn’t have the flu. And there’s a legitimate conspiracy in here. Details, after the jump.
It’s hard to imagine Ichiro Suzuki as anything but sagely, stoic, soft-spoken legend. That image was no doubt padded by the fact that when he came to America he was already a man grown, but once upon a time he was a wide-eyed youngster just like the rest of us. Here is a glimpse at young, innocent, star-struck, 22-year-old Ichiro meeting already legendary Michael Jordan in 1995.
OK, let’s face it – it’s basically never a shock when a famous person fathers a child with a woman other than the woman to whom the famous person is married. So the news that Michael Jordan is accused of doing it should be equally un-shocking, but it’s Michael Jordan, so everyone will talk about it anyway.
Michael Jordan last played in the NBA 10 years ago. He did pretty well… for a guy who turned 40 years old that season. By Jordan standards, though, it didn’t measure up, and he called it quits. But because he’s Michael Jordan, greatest player ever/most insane competitor ever, there’s always a vague hope that another comeback, one truly worthy of His Airness, is around the corner. And recently, his longtime trainer Tim Grover can’t stop pouring gasoline on this usually dormant, but always present, speculative fire.
In Honor Of Michael Jordan’s 50th Birthday: How The Winning Dunk From ‘Space Jam’ Encapsulates His Career
Today marks the 50th birthday of Michael Jordan, the greatest basketball player of all time. Everyone is sharing their favorite MJ plays and memories, but one aspect of Jordan’s career is woefully under-appreciated on this day: how Space Jam, specifically Jordan’s game-winning dunk from the big game, is the perfect microcosm of his days in the NBA.
The Chicago Tribune put together a great list of memories of Michael Jordan from around the NBA in honor of his fiftieth birthday. There were some great stories in the list, but there was also a really weird one from LeBron James.