When Michael Jordan’s dad tells the world Michael Jordan is dead
Michael Jordan Sr. told the world on Thursday that his father is dead and his mother was “bought up” by the NBA.
“I think my dad has lost his battle,” Jordan told reporters during an appearance at the annual Basketball Hall of Fame induction ceremony.
“And I have to tell you, he has lost it.
He’s lost it.”
Jordan, whose last game for the NBA came on Jan. 18, said his father died of complications from a blood clot that was found in his brain.
The NBA did not immediately confirm the report.
Jordan said he had been told by his doctor that he would have to take his own life.
“And I will tell you what,” Jordan said.
“My dad was not a good guy.”
Jordan was born on Feb. 13, 1956, in Chicago to an African American mother and white father.
His father, a Chicago police officer, died of a brain tumor in 1985, according to the Chicago Tribune.
Jordan played for the Chicago Bulls from 1988 to 1991 and was traded to the Los Angeles Lakers in 1994.
In 1989, the Chicago Sun-Times reported that Jordan’s father, an NBA legend, had purchased a condominium complex in the same building where his son’s mother was born, the Sun-Tribune reported.
The story was published after Jordan signed with the Lakers in 1990, and it was one of the few stories in which the younger Jordan said he was buying a condo.
Jordan also said he did not know about the story, but was told by a friend of his mother’s that the story had been passed around among his friends.
He told reporters that he is “devastated” by what happened to his mother.
“She was a great person.
She was a good person.
And I will always be a part of her life,” Jordan Jr. said.”
You know, the world has lost a great guy.
And you know, I don’t think that it will ever be the same.”
Jordan said his mother would not talk to him about the issue.
Jordan’s brother, Shaquille, said in a statement that the father “is no longer here to share his story and his pain.
He is not with us.
He has passed away.
And the family has lost its best friend.”