surprisingly but yes
im 95% NO
yes but the rest of highschool he played on varsity
Yes. He was cut from the varsity basketball team at Emsley A. Laney High School as a sophomore.
Michael Jordan never took a pay cut, though in 1997 it was suggested he take a payout in order to keep him and the all star team together. This was in 1997 that they were speculating, however, due to the contract Michael had signed, there was no way for Michael to take the cut even if he wanted to.
Michael Jordan, Paul Pierce, and Carl Landry
He was cut from the high school team for being to small and raw
dissapointed but he never gave up and now look at him
When michael jordan was a freshman he was cut from his team because he wasnt good enough then he started to play in the off season to get better and better.That is what all young bball players should do.
Yes, he did; part of it, at least.
Michael Jordan was cut in High School. He credits that event as his motivation to be the best that he can be.
He was cut because he wasn't good enough to be on the team. This made him angry though and he worked extremely hard on it and he was able to play in college. He was arguably the most competitive player in the NBA (He wouldn't have been if Len Bias played!)
There is one on Ebay right now and will end in a few days so watch that auction. It is by a seller mom2jo. Search that seller's auctions and you will see the value OR search Michael Jordan Cut Out Poster and you will get it. Then you will know.
yep, but then he became the best at basketball in the world.
6000 dollars, its a very rare card. i sold two of them for that price
Sophmore As a freshman in high school, Jordan joined his school basketball team. It was on his high school team that Jordan chose the jersey number he was later to make famous as a pro, number 23. When later asked why he chose that number, he replied to the Associated Press, "I wanted to wear No. 45 in high school, but my older brother (Larry) wore that number. So I decided to go with half of 45, which is actually 22½." Jordan at first had trouble standing out on the school team. In fact, only a year after joining the team, as a tenth grader, he was cut from the varsity team. But this only pushed him to work harder at perfecting his game. As he later said on his Web site, "I think that not making the Varsity team drove me to really work at my game, and also taught me that if you set goals, and work hard to achieve them-the hard work can pay off."
No, he had hair for the first few years of his career before his hair started to thin out around his 4th-6th yr in the league.