Michael Jordan’s Son Jeff Jordan Leaves UCF Program

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Michael Jordan’s son and former Illini point guard Jeff Jordan is done with UCF college basketball, the school announced in a statement late Saturday.

“We wish Jeff nothing but the best in the future,” UCF head coach Donnie Jones said in the UCF athletics news release. “We appreciate his contributions to our program and he will always be a member of the UCF basketball family.”

No specific reason was given for why Jordan left the team. Given that he’s a senior, and has zero pro potential, this is probably the last we’ll hear about him in a high profile hoops sense.

Jordan’s younger brother, Marcus Jordan, the one who’s way better at basketball will stay on the team; where he is the Knights’ leading scorer.

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When Young Jordans Go To Vegas, It Doesn’t Stay in Vegas

At some point, you would think their father would educate them in the ways of how to deal with the media. Hasn’t happened yet.

Michael Jordan’s sons, Jeffrey (a former University of Illinois basketball player) and Marcus, are proving to perhaps be a little bit more of the spoiled, legacy children than any of us thought after spending a few wild days in Las Vegas, accompanying their father to his fantasy camp there. [Read more…]

Illinois’ Jeff Jordan Problem Didn’t End With His Transfer

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When young Jeffrey Jordan decided to transfer from the University of Illinois, it seemed as though that was the end of the strange saga of the oldest son of the greatest basketball player of all time, Michael Jordan.

Not even close. Not even close by a damn sight. [Read more…]

Jeffrey Jordan to Transfer From Illinois

With his decision to transfer from the University of Illinois, the enigma that is the oldest offspring of one Michael Jeffrey Jordan continues to evolve.

The junior, who is entering his last year of eligibility for college basketball has two choices — ending his collegiate basketball career or transferring to a Division II or III school where he can play immediately (Division I would require Jordan to sit out one season and lose a year of eligibility which would end his career). [Read more…]

Easy Illini Win Over Western Michigan Inspiring, Not Surprising

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By Paul Schmidt

It isn’t like anyone expected the Illini to lose. Still, their 88-53 win over Western Michigan a lot of positives can be taken.

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