Local News Update
by Ryan Hoyt
Michael Jordan's career
Michael Jordan had many similarities in his early and later life. He played baseball and basketball. He tried playing both sports because he enjoyed them. in his high school life he was good at baseball and liked to play it he felt like that was were he belonged. In his adult life he was still good at baseball and 3 home runs 57 hits for the minor league White sox. In his high school life he joined the junior basketball team he wasn't very good at first but later he got better. In Michael Jordan's adult life he was drafted to the bulls an NBA team, he won MVP 3 times, and was voted most valuable player in the NBA, he was the most decorated player in the NBA.
In Michael Jordan's life he has been through a lot but when he was in high school he was rejected by the varsity team and kicked on the junior varsity team. That gave him determination to try harder, later in high school the varsity team finally excepted him. After that he went into collage and then was drafted to the NBA and was the best player of his time.
there were many differences in Michael Jordan's high school life and his adult life. In Michael Jordan's high school life he was rejected from the varsity basketball team and was cut from the junior varsity basketball team. In his high school life he became better at baseball instead of basketball. In his adult life he was better at basketball and was voted most valuable player, and Michael Jordan was the most decorated player in the NBA.
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