|Birth Name||Marcus James Jordan|
|Birth Place||Chicago, Illinois|
|Famous Name||Marcus Jordan|
|Net Worth||$1 million|
Marcus James Jordan a.k.a. Marcus Jordan is a former college basketball player who played for the University of Central Florida Knights men's basketball team of Conference USA. During his collegiate career, he won the 2011 Second-team C-USA and 2010 C-USA All-Freshman Team.
A native of Chicago, Illinois, Marcus Jordan was born on 24th December 1990, under the star sign Capricorn. The twenty-nine old is a so of NBA vetran Michael Jordan. He holds an American nationality and belongs to an Afro-American ethnic background.
The owner of the shoe store "Trophy Room," Marcus Jordan has an estimated net worth of $1 million as of 2020. The significant source of his income is considered his business (Trophy Room).
Born under a lucky star, Marcus Jordan has a lavish lifestyle since his birth. His father, Michael Jordan, the greatest NBA player of all time, is a billionaire whose net worth is approximately $2.1 billion as of 2020. Know for his product endorsement, he fueled the success of Nike's Air Jordan sneakers, which were introduced in 1984 and remain accessible to date.
Moreover, back in 2010, Marcus tweeted about spending $35,000 at a nightclub in Las Vegas while underage, prompting an investigation.
Marcus Jordan, 29, is yet to come out with his love story. The hunk is believed to be single, as there is no news and rumors regarding Marcus being involved in a relationship. Rather, his name is often stuck with some kind of controversies.
Active on Instagram with 30.1k followers, Jordan post is mostly of his ventures and some with his friends and family.
Marcus was born to Juanita Vanoy and Michael Jordan, a retired NBA player and the principal owner of the Charlotte Hornets.
His full siblings are Jasmine and Jeffrey, who also played college basketball at UCF but left the team for personal reasons. Further, his father has twin daughters Victoria and Ysabel, with his second wife.
Originally, Marcus played high school basketball at Loyola Academy with his elder brother, Jeffrey. Upon graduation, he enrolled at the University of Central Florida in Orlando, Florida. During his freshman year at UCF, the college was in the final year of a five-year contract with Adidas. Still, Jordan insisted on wearing Nike Air Jordan shoes out of loyalty to his father, which prompted Adidas to terminate its sponsorship deal with UCF.
In August 2012, he decided to quit the UCF basketball team, but he continued his studies at the school.
On 23rd May 2016, Marcus opened his shoe store, "Trophy Roon," located in Orlando, Florida, at Disney World in the Disney Springs retail location. A matter of fact, the opening date pays reverence to his and his father's jersey numbers.
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