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Michael Jordan Flew From Daytona 500 To NBA All-Star Game In His/This New Private Jet
© Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports
Michael Jordan did what he does best on Sunday, he came threw in the last second. MJ was missing for almost all of the NBA All-Star festivities that celebrated the 75 best players in history because he was down supporting his crew at the Daytona 500 during the day. But after the race, he jumped on his private jet, headed to Cleveland and showed up like nothing happened...
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Here's his private jet that got him there...
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jeff7012128 months
His Airness!
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TigerFan24428 months
I'm sorry. . .but when MJ walks in the room even other HOF'ers seem like supporting cast. After all these years, the guy just exudes Alpha.
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ncinthenext328 months
The pattern on Mike's boat looks just like that jet
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Vidic28 months
Larry Leo has to be Chicken trolling everybody
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bigDgator28 months
The real Air Jordan.
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proud of the work ur doing, Mary Meow
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Shaq4prez28 months
camo? lol. thats elephant print newb
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LSUrme28 months
I think that's a print from an early Air Jordan shoe.
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TFH28 months
That’s a 2005. Good for him not buying a brand new one. Saved a few tens of millions.
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LSUdubai28 months
It’s not camo you dumbass. Look up his shoes…might clue your clueless arse in…
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boomtapp28 months
My God, Larry. Jordan "came threw in the last second" - Really?
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misterbronson28 months
He needs to be choughed out for that.
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LSU_Legz28 months
I mean, this has to be intentional to either troll or click bait...right?
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Hurricane Mike28 months
"I mean, this has to be intentional to either troll or click bait...right?" You think? And y'all continue to waste time with it.
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