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Why Michael Jordan was the biggest sports star of all time

Why Michael Jordan was the biggest sports star of all time

Michael Jordan played his final game for the Los Angeles Lakers on Saturday night as he prepared for the funeral of his beloved team.

The star center died at the age of 90, but he will forever be linked to the Los Angels, as his former teammates and friends paid their respects at the Staples Center.

Jordan was born in the city of Los Angeles in 1953 and lived there for three years.

He moved to New York in 1957, where he became a fixture at Madison Square Garden.

His father, Michael, was an agent for the New York Yankees.

Jordan went to school in Manhattan, and he played on the tennis team at Harlem Collegiate School, which is also known as the West Side High School.

When he moved to Los Angeles, Jordan had a reputation for being very good at basketball.

He became a major star, winning six NBA titles.

He played basketball at Princeton University, where his father played college ball.

Jordan played for the Houston Rockets, Boston Celtics and Lakers, before moving on to the Chicago Bulls in 1976.

He also played professionally for the San Francisco 49ers, Dallas Mavericks and Oklahoma City Thunder.

Jordan spent time with his son, Michael Jordan III, when they were growing up in New Jersey, but the pair never married.

The two split in 1988, and in 1999 Jordan’s wife, Julie, divorced him.

Jordan, who also played basketball professionally, said he was heartbroken by the news.”

I’m not sure how I feel about that,” he said.

”I’ll never forget his son.

I’ll always love him.

I miss him.

We’ll never talk about it, but I will miss him as much as I can.

I’ve been with him for 30 years.

I never really got to meet him in person, but we talked and we talked.”

It’s sad to see the family leave.

I just know he will be missed by everyone in the world.”

And I’m just thankful he has the love that he has for me and my family.

He loves us.

I’m so thankful to him.”