I don't have the answer to this question but I would love to know the answer as well. I assume it's a Hutch Michael Jordan Gatorade Olympic Dream Team Mini Hoop Set? I have one brand new in its original packaging
Michael Jordan's number was 23, for olympic dream team he was worn 9 and after the retirement he used 45 for quite some time..
He wore the olympic 7's
Olympic rules changed in 1989 and the first professional NBA Olympic team was the 1992 Dream Team led by Michael Jordan.
Jordan played on the 1984 team that won gold in Los Angeles and the 1992 team, nicknamed the 'Dream Team', that won gold in Barcelona.
Michael Jordan's is worth $0.99, Charles Barkley $0.21, Magic Johnson $0.89.
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No, Michael Jordan wore #9 for the Dream Team. Magic Johnson wore #5. Click on the '1992 Dream Team' link below to see a picture, albeit a small one, of the team. Jordan is standing to the right of coach Chuck Daly.
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He was on a space mission
his dad was number 9
Because it was his dad dream..
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Michael Jordan He played for the bulls
to fill his father's dream for him to play baseball
Olympic Dream was created in 2007.
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Michael Jordan was #23,45,and 12 on the Chicago bulls. He was 23 on the Washington wizards, and his U.S.A dream team number was 9
Michael Jordan retired from basketball after his father's death. He went on to go try baseball because it was his dad's dream for him. However, eventually he went back to basketball.
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Michael Jordan is considered one of the best NBA players of all time and by many the best. Jordan led the Chicago Bulls to six of their only championship's. He was the Finals MVP in all of the six champion teams. Besides that, Jordan also lead North Carolina to a NCAA championship and the United States Dream Team to a first place in the 1992 World Olympics.
Michael Jordan won 6 NBA Championships with the Chicago Bulls: two three-peats. The team that won the first three-peat included Jordan, Scottie Pippen, Horace Grant, Bill Cartwright, and John Paxson as starters. The team that won the second three-peat included Jordan, Pippen, Dennis Rodman, Luc Longley, and Toni Kukoc as starters. Jordan also won an NCAA Championship with the University of North Carolina on a dream team that also included James Worthy of the Lakers. Jordan was also a member of the original US Olympic Dream Team that won gold when all professional basketball players were allowed to compete in the Games.