Watch: 49-year-old Michael Jordan Dunking Video, Awesome!!!

July 19, 2011

Michael Jordan became a dunking idol, his memorable dunks are still a favorite among fans but at 48 Michael Jordan proves to everybody he can still jump, watch this amazing video below!!

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Who can forget Michael Jordan’s historic dunking rivalry with Dominique Wilkins, throughout the years several names have stayed in our minds when it comes to awesome dunking jumps but I think you can all agree with me there is only one Air Jordan.

Michael Jordan, a two-time Slam Dunk Contest champion (1987- 1988), now nearly 23 years after his memorable dunks he proves that he’s still got it!!!

Jordan is the majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats, it is known that he trains with the guys and showed them a little bit of the magic that made him such an amazing legend in basketball, so why not with a simple but beautiful dunk?

OH Yeah, there still is Magic in this 48-year-old, number 23, but be aware Michael, I hear your legendary rival Wilkins still has some magic of his own!!!

Michael Jordan was drafted by the Chicago Bulls in 1984, he was a Bulls player until 1993 when he announced his retirement to try another sport, baseball, which turned out to be a total failure, fun but definitely not his best!! He came back to the NBA and back to the Chicago Bulls in 1995 and played there for three years. After that he announced a second retirement and this time he did not try his skills in any other sport but as a business guy by becoming the Wizards’ President of Basketball Operations and part owner but the court was calling for him and decided to come back to the game on 2001, as a Washington Wizard, he then retired for sure in 2003.

Share your comments and any ideas that come to mind about this story and help me out here, do you happen to know if there is any recent video of Wilkins trying a dunk? I am dying to compare these two legends dunking, that would be awesome!!!!

Photos: Patricia Schlein

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