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Marcus Jordan is a basketball player and entrepreneur with a $1.5 million net worth. From 2009 to 2012, he was a shooting guard for the men’s basketball team of the UCF Knights.
Marcus Jordan is primarily recognized as the second-oldest son of retired NBA Hall of Fame basketball player Michael Jordan.
Marcus was an exceptional high school basketball player, and his skills made him an attractive prospect for colleges.
Marcus chose UCF because he wanted to play for a team that was interested in him because of his abilities and not because of his father’s name.
Marcus James Jordan was born on December 24, 1990, to parents Michael Jordan and Juanita Vanita.
He has two siblings, Jeffrey and Jasmine, as well as two half-siblings, Ysabel and Victoria, from his father’s second marriage to six-time NBA champion Yvette Prieto.
In 2017, Marcus’s mother and father divorced.
Marcus Jordan’s Net Worth
Marcus Jordan’s estimated net worth in 2023 is $1.5 million. As of 2023, his father, Michael Jordan, the greatest NBA player of all time, is estimated to have a net worth of approximately $2.1 billion.
Marcus has lived a lavish lifestyle since birth. Marcus amassed his fortune solely through his brief basketball career and expanding luxury sneaker boutique. With the addition of a worksite in Orlando for his business, Marcus’s wealth may increase even further.
Jordan has 102k Instagram followers and primarily posts about his adventures with friends and family.
Marcus grew up in Highland Park, Illinois, where he and his older brother, Jeffrey, played high school basketball. Marcus played basketball for Loyola Academy and Whitney Young Magnet High School during his high school years.
In 2009, he led the Dolphins to the Illinois 4A state championship by scoring a game-high 19 points against Waukegan and being named tournament MVP. ESPNU ranked Marcus as the sixty-best senior shooting guard in the country.
During his NCAA basketball career, Marcus attended the University of Central Florida. He totaled 1152 points during his college career. Marcus led UCF to victory over the University of West Florida in the opening game of the 2010-11 season by scoring a career-high 28 points on 8-11 field goals and 5-5 three-pointers.
In the same season, he led his team with 18 points in a victory over 16th-ranked Florida. He was named to the 2011 C-USA Second Team and the 2010 C-USA All-Freshman Team during his collegiate career.
In 2012, Marcus retreated from basketball during his third year at the University of Central Florida. In 2013, he graduated from college with a degree in hospitality management.
Marcus Jordan Entrepreneur
Marcus has always desired to own a business, and when he retired from basketball in 2016, he opened Trophy Room, a Jordan-inspired sneaker boutique modeled after Michael Jordan’s Trophy Room in the Jordan family home, which houses a collection of the rarest and most exclusive Air Jordans.
Marcus also has partnerships with well-known companies such as Nike and the Upper Deck Card Company, and he sells a vast assortment of Nike and Jordan products.
Marcus Jordan Arrested
In 2012, Marcus was arrested for disorderly conduct in Omaha, Nebraska, following an argument with two women in the hotel driveway.
After failing to control the intoxicated Marcus, hotel management called the police to deal with the situation. He was arrested and charged with resisting arrest, driving under the influence of alcohol, and disorderly conduct, but he was released the same evening.
Later, Marcus pled guilty to disturbing the peace and was fined $250 plus court costs.
Other than Larsa, Marcus has not been romantically involved with anyone else.
Since Marcus was spotted dining in Miami with Scottie Pippen’s ex-wife Larsa Pippen, rumors have circulated about their relationship.
However, Larsa has recently denied any romantic involvement between them.