Michael Jordan & Tar Heels

Michael Jeffrey Jordan (born February 17, 1963) is a retired American professional basketball player, active entrepreneur, and majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats. [[Image:Tar Heel postcard.jpg|200px|thumbnail|Postcard published during the American Civil War showing the image of a Tar Heel from the [http://www.lib.unc.edu/ncc/pcoll/civilwar/index.html?list=Commemoration North Carolina Archives] ]] 5.0/5

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"Michael Jordan speaks to Tar Heels after crushing loss"
Coach Anderson played twice for Tulsa against North Carolina and Michael Jordan - split with the Tar Heels
Roy Williams has been selected to represent the 2015 class of the WNC Sports Hall of Fame this May. Coach Williams will be the lone inductee this year. Coach Williams was born in Marion, grew up in Spruce Pine and played his high school ball at Roberson High School in Asheville. Aftter graduating from UNC in 1972, he immediately began his coaching career at CD Owen High School in Black Mountain in 1973. Roy was then tabbed by Dean Smith to be an assistant coach in 1978 and was part of his first-ever National Championship in 1982. One of the most significant measures he did as an assistant was recruiting Michael Jordan. He then took over as the Head Coach at Kansas in 1988 and then came home to coach the Tar Heels in 2003, and holding strong to this day. Coach Williams will also be the guest speaker at the ceremony that will be held at the Omni Grove Park Inn in Asheville on Monday, May 17.
Michael Jordan went to UNC-Chapel Hill ... Tar Heels. To say he went to Duke *bleck* causes seismic shifts in the universe!
Danny Green joins James Worthy and Michael Jordan as Tar Heels with NCAA championships and NBA titles
is celebrating Michael Jordan's birthday today by taking some Tar Heels to Chapel Hill to hunt Bob Cats and Bugs Bunny with my Air Jordan rifle. Later I'll shoot the Bull with Pippen in Chicago while drinking Gatorade at the Space Jam and be Like Mike. Finally a trip to Springfield with the Dream Team then off to see the Wizzard in my Chevrolet to enjoy a Coca-Cola at McDonald's as we Bird watch... It's gotta be the Shoes...
Charlie Scott, Bob McAdoo, Michael Jordan, Kenny Smith, and James Worthy! My all time favorite Tar Heels!
Happy birthday also to a Carolina legend, PF James Worthy ('82). James is the same age as his UNC jersey number, 52. James was a star player for the Heels coming from Ashbrook High School in Gastonia in 1979. He was blossoming as a freshman before a serious ankle injury midway through the 1979-80 season cut that season short. He averaged over 12 ppg that season and also 7.4 rebounds. When he became healthy again for the 1980-81 season, James was the team's leader with Al Wood and a freshman by the name of Sam Perkins. James averaged 14.2 ppg and just over 8.0 rpg while playing for the Tar Heels who got to the National Championship Game before bowing out to Indiana. James then came back to play in his junior year and averaged 15.6 ppg. The team got even better with Perkins and a freshman named Michael Jordan. The Heels played for another National Championship in 1982 against Georgetown and Worthy made himself a huge name in that game, scoring 28 points on 13 of 17 from the field. The key moment in ...
Celebrating Black History Month- People That Made America Great" Michael Jeffrey Jordan (born February 17, 1963), also known by his initials, MJ,[1] is an American former professional basketball player, entrepreneur, and majority owner and chairman of the Charlotte Bobcats. His biography on the National Basketball Association (NBA) website states, "By acclamation, Michael Jordan is the greatest basketball player of all time."[2] Jordan was one of the most effectively marketed athletes of his generation and was considered instrumental in popularizing the NBA around the world in the 1980s and 1990s.[3] After a three-season career at the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, where he was a member of the Tar Heels' National Championship team in 1982, Jordan joined the NBA's Chicago Bulls in 1984. He quickly emerged as a league star, entertaining crowds with his prolific scoring. His leaping ability, illustrated by performing slam dunks from the Free Throw line in slam dunk contests, earned him the nick ...
The 5 Worst Decisions in Sports History (Readers Digest) 1 - 1919 - Red Sox sells Babe Ruth to Yankees and he leads them to 4 World Series appearences. Red Sox waits 86 years for their next one. 2 - 1968 - The Heidi movie takes over the Jets / Raiders game -- Oakland scored twice in the last minutes to come from behind and win while people watched the movie about the littlw Swiss orphan girl. 3 - 1993 - Michigan's Chris Webber calls time-out with 11 seconds left and down 73-71 -- but they had no time outs left. THE University of North Carolina -- my Tar Heels! - win the National Championship 77-71. No little Swiss orphan girls (and there was also the game where Fred Brown passed to James Worthy and the Tar Heels win the 1982 NCAA Championship). 4 - 1993 - Michael Jordan (UNC) quits The Chicago Bulls and went to play baseball in Birmingham. (I mean, really, Michael?) 5 - 2010 - LeBron hosts a one-hour TV special on his decision to join the Miami Heat. He took a real PR beating on that one, deservedly. Revi ...
To all yeah duke fans yeah won the battle but we win the war. Who was dat dude that use 2 be a tar heel oh yeah ALLAH Michael Jordan. NOW YEAH TURN. LMAO
Y when UNC lose to Duke, 1st thing come outta UNC fans mouth is Michael Jordan...dat *** bout to turn 50, he aint hoopin no more, talk about ur current players please...ok im done
Dato Curioso De Michael Jordan!! -THE BILLION DOLLAR (JUMP)MAN: JORDAN 1 RETROSPECTIVE- When Nike signed a rookie named Michael Jordan from North Carolina in 1984, who could have predicted his signature line would become a billion dollar business less than 30 years later? MJ’s background was anything but Nike. Throughout his college years he wore Converse on court with the Tar Heels. The 1984 Olympic team was sponsored by adi and legend has it that Michael wanted to go pro wearing stripes. After listening to Nike’s pitch he was less than impressed by the black and red prototypes which looked like ‘devil colors’. It wasn’t until Mr. and Mrs. Jordan met with Nike executives that he was finally persuaded. Mike was ready to sign with Nike. Jordan’s initial contract was reportedly double what the league’s best players were earning at the time. It was also a huge risk for Nike. Basketball fans witnessed him drain the shot that won the 1982 NCAA finals as a freshman, but he had yet to even compete ...
Michael Jordan tells the UNC Tar Heels before they get on the bus to go to the Sweet Sixteen that if they make it to the Final Fou...
Air Jordan XIV – UNC Tar Heels PE The UNC Tar Heels’ colors will forever be wrapped up in the Michael Jordan...
Michael Jordan 23 North Carolina Tar Heels Swingman College Jersey. This is the jersey Michael wore before he went big time on the Bulls. If you are a diehard Jordan fan or want to represent North ...
More than just a mere shot in a collegiate basketball game, it was the shot that secured the 1982 National Championship title for UNC Tar Heels and a turning point for one CONVERSE-wearing UNC freshman “Mike” Jordan. A game between two schools with formidable basketball traditions, Jordan’s final sc...
The Georgetown Hoyas, the top-seeded team from the West Region, led by Patrick Ewing, goes up against freshman Michael Jordan and the top-ranked Tar Heels of...
30 years ago today Michael Jordan hit the night shot to win the 82 National Championship for the UNC Tar Heels
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