“I wanna stay amongst the most elite” Michael Jordan blew $2.25 Million only to become one of 11 exclusive Bugatti owners in the world

Michael Jordan purchases a $2.2 million Bugatti car to stay above the elite members of the sports field

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Michael Jordan still continues to impress his fans off the court after two decades of calling an end to his NBA career. He was the toughest challenge for his peers during the 80s and 90s while he simply bounced the ball a couple of times and dominated like it was nothing. The favored greatest of all time earned whatever he has in his bank right now, he truly did.

Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen
Michael Jordan and Scottie Pippen

Jordan finished his career averaging 30.1 points, 6.2 rebounds, and 5.9 assists per game. He put up over 30 points per game for seven seasons in a row during which he won three titles back to back. MJ was go on to win three more rings alongside Scottie Pippen and Dennis Rodman, a Chicago Bulls team which would go down in history as the greatest of all time. The six-time league MVP is still remembered for his over powering demeanor. But he has not stopped his antics yet.

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Michael Jordan becomes of the only billionaire athletes in the world

Michael Jordan
Michael Jordan

Michael Jordan landed an insane deal with popular sneaker brand Nike. As a rookie he signed a $500,000 deal with the company and he would go on to create one of the best shoe designs to ever be made. According to Forbes Sports, he earned an estimate of $1.3 billion from Nike over the years helping it become one of the biggest consumer brands in the world. He still makes $150 million per year as royalties.

The former Bulls guard has made several investment in minor technology companies, most notably Gigster, a startup involved with software development, designing and project management. He is also a majority stake owner of the NBA team Charlotte Hornets which he purchased in 2010 for $275 million. His net worth stands at an estimated $1.7 billion making him one of three billionaire athletes.

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Michael Jordan flexes his lavish life by purchasing a rare Buggati car

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Michael Jordan

With all the money that he has, the GOAT has to himself some of the most expensive cars in the world including Bentleys, Rolls Royces, Porches and Ferraris. As if his Billionaire status does not set apart from everybody enough, he purchases a rare Bugatti Sang Noir.

The Sang Noir is one of 12 manufactured in the entire world and is worth $2 million. It has a quad-turbo 8 litre w16 engine which gives the car its power besides the classy look. He produces 1001 HP and 1250 Nm torque. The Bugatti cars are some of the fastest in the world and Jordan’s piece takes 2.6 seconds to go from 0 to 60 mph.

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