Michael Jordan’s son, Marcus, is one of the best high school basketball players in Illinois. Possibly the best. Like Yahoo! Sports said, Jordan celebrated another championship in Chicago, only this time it was his son’s.
Jordan, a six-time champion (you all know that), was proud of his son’s performance. Marcus Jordan had 19 points as he and his Chicago Whitney Young basketball team beat Waukegan, 69-66, to win the Class 4A Championship.
As Marcus and Chicago Whitney Young was cheering, Jordan was too, in tears. Tears of joy. Jordan stood up, clapped his hands, along with some tears.
“Crying?” Jordan told Bleacher Report. “I’m not crying. Not for me, anyway.”
Marcus Jordan was being just like his father in the game: Always making the shots. Marcus hit 4-of-4 free throws in the last three suspense minutes. Luckily, they sealed the win.
“Awesome,” Marcus said. “Just awesome.”
Jordan came all the way from Charlotte to his son’s championship game. It’s a good thing he did. Jordan is the co-owner of the Bobcats and the Bobcats lost that day, 108-83, like I said in my article. MJ’s other son, Jeff, is also a star, but at the University of Illinois.
Maybe Jordan might cry, deeply, if Illinois won the NCAA championship in 2009′s March Madness. But that’s impossible because they already lost to Western Kentucky, 76-72. Hopefully, Jordan’s sons will be just like him.