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A second medical clinic funded by six-time NBA champion and Charlotte Hornets majority owner Michael Jordan opened in the North Carolina city earlier this week

Man convicted of murdering Michael Jordan’s dad in North Carolina is granted parole

Young MJ: "You think if I get good enough I can go to college?" Mr. Jordan: "Hey, if you get good enough… you can do anything you want, Michael.” Young MJ: “I wanna play at North Carolina” 🥺👑 #BuzzJam 

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27 years ago today, James Jordan, father of NBA star Michael Jordan, was murdered in North Carolina.

Michael Jordan thrives on competition. This is no secret. The NBA icon took his competitive urges to the coast of North Carolina and hauled in a 442.3-pound marlin at a fishing tournament.

Six-time NBA champion Michael Jordan and the crew of his 80-foot fishing boat named “Catch 23” hauled in a 442.3-pound blue marlin on Tuesday at the Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament, an event held annually off the coast of Morehead City, North Carolina.

Apparently, Michael Jordan is pretty good at fishing, too... The NBA superstar and his team reeled in a 442-pound marlin during a sportfishing tournament in North Carolina.

Never mind the giant fish—nothing could top an appearance by Michael Jordan at North Carolina’s legendary Big Rock Blue Marlin Tournament:

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Michael Jordan and the rest of the crew on his "Catch 23" boat landed a blue marlin weighing over 440 pounds during the second day of a North Carolina fishi…​

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Michael Jordan in his dorm room at University of North Carolina, 1983. Photograph by Lane Stewart.

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“From North Carolina, at guard, 6’6’ ... Michael Jordan” is one of the greatest intros ever.

Michael Jordan unveiled the first of two Charlotte, North Carolina medical clinics he and his family funded to provide care to underprivileged members of the community.

“The Chicago Bulls pick Michael Jordan of the University of North Carolina.” On this day in 1984: The #Bulls  drafted MJ with the 3rd overall pick...the rest is history!

Michael Jordan, who grew up in Wilmington, North Carolina, close to where Florence came ashore as a Category 1 hurricane, has donated $2 million to relief and recovery agencies

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North Carolina commit Nassir Little scored 28 points in the McDonald's All-American Boys Game, tied for 3rd-most in the event's 41-year history. Only Jonathan Bender (31) and Michael Jordan (30) scored more.

31 years ago today, some kid out of North Carolina named Michael Jordan won Rookie of the Year. WATCH:

Michael Jordan's statement on the death of his former North Carolina coach, Dean Smith.

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