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The best day in Chicago Bulls history happened 31 years ago today when they signed their #3 draft pick from the 1983 draft to a deal of the century contract that paid Jordan less than a million dollars a year for his first couple of years of services.Not bad considering the Bulls attendance doubled by the end of Jordan’s rookie of the year season and not bad considering they didn’t even want to draft him.
With the success on the court carried brand equity for Air Jordans in stores.
That's not true for famous fathers, and it's definitely not true for their children, famous by default.
Hotel parking lots in Omaha are rarely the sources of national news, for instance -- unless Michael Jordan's son happens to get handcuffed in one.
In early July, Marcus, Jordan's 21-year-old second son, allegedly had a drunken argument with two women and then made it difficult for the cops who broke it up.
He was booked for resisting arrest, disorderly conduct and obstructing, but Marcus still looked surprisingly upbeat in his mug shot.
It’s fun to think about how different things would have been if he got his original dream date and married Adidas instead.
With super agent David Falk by his side, Jordan also signed deals with Mc Donalds, Chevy (0k as a rookie), General Mills (M in 88), Sara Lee, Wilson, Hanes Underwear (M in 89) and Ball Park Franks (M in 90).
The only relationship not happening that’s harder to imagine than the Mike and his “Want to Be Like Mike” campaign makers is Mike not being with Nike.
MJ’s original deal with the shoe makers was worth about half a million a year and that relationship has been so beneficial to both parties that they now pay him over million a year to endorse the brand and wear the Jordan shoes under his extra baggy ripped jeans.
Even if by some miracle our lives go exactly as planned, one day we will leave them.
Luckily for us, most of our mistakes will be private and forgotten; only our kids and their therapists will ever know what happened.
After his 5th season, the Bulls re-signed MJ to a 8-year deal worth million, which also qualifies as a deal of a century, although, every deal with MJ in the 80s and early 90s basically was a deal of a century.