“He’s lucky his dad is a billionaire” Michael Jordan’s sons lost $85,000 in a mad 24 hours spree in Vegas

The apple doesn't fall far from the tree in case of Marcus Jordan.

“He’s lucky his dad is a billionaire” Michael Jordan’s sons lost $85,000 in a mad 24 hours spree in Vegas

Jeffrey and Marcus Jordan

Although Marcus and Jeffrey Jordan didn’t pick up all of their father’s basketball prowess, it seems Michael Jordan did impart at least one of his defining traits to his boys. Over the course of a weekend in 2010, Jeff and Marcus went on an enormous spending binge that resulted in painting Las Vegas green. The Jordan brothers were in Vegas for Michael Jordan’s Fantasy Basketball camp, which was hosted at the Mirage Casino Resort, along with fellow Central Florida player A.J. Rompza.

Michael Jordan is one of the greatest players of all time, but considering how incredible he was, it only seems logical that the guy is most recognized for the fantastic things he did while playing for the Bulls. But his business expertise isn’t given enough credit. As a player, he signed a variety of sponsorship contracts, which he nearly always upheld however, his business since retiring has propelled him to the status of a billionaire, giving him an astonishing net worth of $1.8 billion.

Jeffrey and Marcus weren’t the type of kids Michael Jordan wanted!

Michael Jordan, who is widely regarded as the best player in NBA history and has won 10 scoring titles, has a career average of 30.1 and a playoffs average of 33.5. Michael won six NBA championships, including two “three-peats” with the Chicago Bulls between 1991 and 1993 and again between 1996 and 1998, during which he went 6-0 in the Finals.

He is also renowned for elevating the popularity and prestige of the league, building on the achievements of players like Magic Johnson, Larry Bird, Julius Erving, and others who came before him. Athletes who have achieved success as their own “brands” and become icons for endorsement deals are said to match Jordan in terms of worldwide awareness.

Marcus’ removal of several headline-grabbing Tweets suggests that he and his elder brother spend money in Las Vegas at a scale similar to that of their famous father. The Jordans reportedly spent at least $35,000 at Liquid Pool Lounge and Haze Nightclub, according to TerezOwens.com. According to Marcus Jordan’s tweet, the amount for one Saturday alone was more than $50,000.

Everybody, regardless of who they are, will eventually experience those days when they are financially nuts. However, the majority of them do not involve spending money that most people would not earn for a very long time, maybe never.

Charles Barkley and Antoine Walker, among many other NBA players, were impacted by M.J.’s passion for gambling, which was driven by his competitive drive. Jordan always said that he never gambled with money he couldn’t afford to lose and adamantly denied having a problem with gambling. His boys were apparently simply out having a little fun before the start of the autumn semester and if the fruit really does fall far from the tree, only time will tell.

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