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  1. Book by Chip Lovitt R&E by Blaise Michal Jordan

  2. Summary Young Michael dreamed of becoming a basketball star. He practiced everyday and played on countless school teams. The dream became reality when he got excepted onto UNC’s basketball team, the Tar-Heels. With his amazing dunks, and spectacular shooting, he led them to the NCAA Championship game. The game was tied up with fifteen seconds left, Jimmy Black got the ball. He saw Michael open, and drifted the ball toward him. Without hesitation, Michael shot the ball. Everyone was on the edge of there seats, and watched as the orange ball slide into the netting. The game was over. Michael had won the Tar-Heels the championship. “The Shot” as it was known, became Michael’s turning point in his career. He got famous, and noticed by many professional teams. By the time 1984 rolled along, he was allegeable for the NBA draft. He was the 3rd pick overall, and was drafted by the Chicago Bulls, a team struggling with wins. But many Chicago fans thought Michael could change that all. Things were looking good for Chicago. Could he lead the Bulls too a championship? Could he be the hero the bulls needed? Read Michael Jordan to find out.

  3. R – Soap Carving For my R, I made a soap carving of Michaels number, 23. He chose this number because it was half of his older brothers number, 45. This meant he hoped he could be at least half as good as him. But he sure wasn’t just half good. Later the number got retired by UNC, and the Bulls.

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  5. E – Research on other Sport Legends Babe Ruth Wayne Gretzky The 7-time world series champion was an animal. The king of the swing was the New York Yankees gem, and key factor to there countless championships. The Bambino was inducted to the hall of fame in 1936. “The Great One” is widely considered the best hockey player of all time. He won 4 Stanley Cups, scored 894 goals in his career, and was the captain of three teams. Wayne’s number “99” is the only number retired by the whole league. The beast was inducted to the hall of fame in 1999. Lionel Messi Jerry Rice The fast, goal scoring machine that’s only 5’ 7’’ is one of soccer’s greats. With 4 La Liga titles, 81 medals, 2 golden boots, 45 individual awards, the list of his legacy never stops. Leo is still currently playing. Flash 80 was the greatest NFL player ever. He set tons of records, including most career receiving yards, most career receptions and most career touchdown receptions. He won 3 Superbowls, and was inducted to the hall of fame in 2010, his first year eligible.

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