Marcus Jordan Net Worth: How Rich is Michael Jordan’s Son?

Marcus Jordan is a former collegiate basketball star and current American businessman. He is renowned as the second oldest offspring of retired professional basketballer, Michael Jordan. In college, Marcus played for the UCF Knights men’s basketball team. As of 2022, his estimated net worth is a little over 1.5 million.Marcus Jordan Net Worth.

Full Name   Marcus James Jordan
Date of Birth   December 24, 1990
Age   32 years old
Born Place   Chicago, Illinois
Profession   Former college basketball player
Net Worth    $1.5 million
Girlfriend   Larsa Pippen

Born in December of 1990, Marcus Jordan hails from Chicago, Illinois. He is best known as the son of the legendary NBA player Michael Jordan.

As an athlete himself, Marcus has enjoyed a noteworthy college basketball career with the University of Central Florida Knights, winning All-Freshman honors in 2010 and being selected for Second-Team Conference-USA in 2011.

He was raised in Highland Park alongside his siblings, older brother Jeffrey and younger sister Jasmine. In addition, he also has two half-sisters, Ysabel and Victoria, who are twins.

During his high school years, he attended both Loyola Academy and Whitney Young Magnet High School. Throughout his formative years, Marcus sharpened his basketball skills.

Marcus Jordan Net Worth & Career

Since his high school days, Marcus Jordan has been passionate about basketball. Together with his brother Jeffrey, the duo rose to lead their Loyola Academy basketball team to conference championships. The season marked one of the school’s best records.

Jordan continued to excel when he was transferred to Whitney Young High School, guiding the team to victory in the 2009 Illinois 4A Championship.

In the game against Waukegan, Jordan delivered a spectacular performance of 19 points and was subsequently named Most Valuable Player of the tournament.

After earning his high school diploma, ESPNU rated Jordan as the 60th-best shooting guard in the United States. During the season, he was averaging 10 points, 3.2 assists, and 4.5 rebounds per game.

Even when he enrolled at the University of Central Florida, Jordan continued to play basketball, though his decision to select Nike Air Jordan instead of Adidas resulted in UCF losing its sponsorship with the latter. Jordan showed his dedication to his father with this decision.

Jordan’s collegiate career started in 2009-10, when he made an immediate impact by averaging 8.0 points per game. In November 2010, the freshman kicked off his second season with UCF, where he scored a career-high 28 points in the opening game against the University of West Florida.

Although he was an important part of the team, Marcus decided to leave UCF basketball in August 2012, taking a cue from his brother Jeffrey, who had left the team just a few months prior. He then remained enrolled at UCF and achieved his graduate degree in hospitality management by 2013.

Marcus Jordan’s Girlfriend & Personal Life

 Marcus Jordan’s Girlfriend & Personal Life

In September of 2022, Marcus Jordan and Larsa Pippen were first spotted out together, prompting rumors that the two were an item. When Marcus appeared on the December 12 episode of “Watch What Happens Live”, however, he was adamant that they were simply friends.

Then, on New Year’s Eve, they were seen out enjoying dinner at Papi Steak restaurant in Miami Beach, where Marcus was seen tenderly touching Larsa’s back. In addition, Marcus posted a photo of his companion relaxing on a sun lounger at Wymara Resort & Villas just prior to the dinner event.

While the 16 year age gap between the couple is a cause for speculation, the fact that Larsa was married to NBA legend Scottie Pippen until 2021 and has four children with him makes for an intriguing story.

Marcus Jordan Net Worth

By 2022, Marcus Jordan had amassed a fortune of approximately $1.5 million. He has accomplished this success by operating Trophy Room, an upmarket shoe store influenced by the trophy chamber of his celebrated dad, Michael Jordan’s house.

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