After leading North Carolina to the 1982 national title, Michael Jordan went on to become of the best NBA players of all time. After ending a legendary NBA career that saw him win six championships with the Chicago Bulls and earning Finals MVP honors each time, Jordan served as the Washington Wizards' director of basketball operations before later becoming first a part-owner and then majority owner of the Charlotte Bobcats/Hornets. Jordan, who is the first former player and first African-American to become the majority owner of an NBA team, is also the head of basketball operations for the Hornets.
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