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    Thumbs up MICHAEL JORDAN: How the richest NBA player ever spends his $1.65 billion



    Michael Jordan made less than $100 million as the NBA's greatest player of all time but is now a member of Forbes' list of billionaires with an estimated net worth of $1.65 billion.

    Since Jordan retired 15 years ago, he has built the most successful and lucrative career we've ever seen from a former athlete.

    From sprawling houses to custom planes to his own golf course, he's clearly enjoying life after hoops.


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    A friend from Chicken in a Car and the Car Won't Go That's How You Spell Chicargo said he was very hands on his restaurant there, at least was when my friend lived there, going around talking to people and making sure everything was being done top-notch.

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