Male gospel singer Michael Jordan is no stranger to the NBA.
His career spans the NBA, NBA 2K15, NBA 3D, NBA Live and NBA.com.
Jordan has been a member of the New York Knicks for nine seasons, and the team won back-to-back titles in 2008 and 2009.
He has been inducted into the Basketball Hall of Fame in 2015 and 2016.
Jordan has also worked as a producer, director and co-producer of many popular movies.
The former NBA champion has appeared in several popular sports movies including “American Idol” and “Dancing With the Stars.”
He has also been a presenter on the “Basketball Hall of Famer” show on ESPN.
Jordan’s career has taken off since the death of his father, Michael Jordan Sr., in December 2013.
The younger Jordan is currently in the midst of a worldwide tour, performing in cities around the world, including Australia, Japan, the United Kingdom and the United States.
His next concert is scheduled for the United Nations.
Jordan is currently one of the biggest stars in the NBA and one of its most recognizable personalities.
He is also a talented musician and is known for his distinctive voice and songwriting style.
Jordan is a member, along with his wife, Beyonce Knowles, of the “Beyoncé Project” which is a collaboration between Beyonce and Dr. Luke.
In 2014, the former NBA star announced his decision to enter into a one-year contract with the Miami Heat.
In his first year with the team, the Heat made the NBA Playoffs.
Jordan became a fan favorite after the Heat’s win over the Los Angeles Clippers on January 23, 2015.
He had a career-high 26 points, six rebounds and six assists against the Clippers.
In February of that same year, he became the first player to ever win the NBA Rookie of the Year Award.
Jordan became a four-time All-Star with the Heat and won four championships with the franchise.
Jordan also is a frequent participant in various charity events and events for children.
Jordan also appeared on the first season of the BET Hip Hop Awards in March of 2016.
The series has also helped raise millions of dollars for children’s charities.
Jordan was inducted in the Hall of Sports Heroes on November 3, 2017.