One of the most iconic basketball players of all time, Michael Jordan waved goodbye to the NBA for good in 2003. But the star certainly hasn’t been twiddling his thumbs since leaving the court. He’s pursued various charitable and business endeavors, for example. And Jordan has been kept even busier by a new addition to his family.
Michael Jordan played his last game in the National Basketball Association in 2003 with the Washington Wizards. Sadly, though, it wasn’t exactly a triumphant send-off. His team was defeated 107-87 at the First Union Center by the Philadelphia 76ers. “It’s tough to play a game when it’s not quite as much emphasis on the game other than to see how Michael Jordan ends his career,” the star later admitted to The New York Times.