At 30 Michael Jordan retired from basketball after being a three time MVP and winning three consecutive
titles with the Bulls, securing his first "three-peat." He was nicknamed "His Airness" because the man can literally
fly through the air and slam dunk at the same time. After his retirement he signed with the White Sox and played baseball.
He then came out of retirement and led the Bulls to their sixth NBA championship, and secured a second three-peat. Once
again, Jordan was voted the Finals MVP making it his sixth, a record in NBA history. Maybe you wouldn't have sprained
your ankle playing b-ball at the YMCA if you had been wearing some Air Jordan's.