Trending: ODELL BECKHAM JR. DANIELS march for our lives GUN CONTROL FACEBOOK There is clearly some Air left his Jordans. wowed campers at his annual Flight School camp California over the weekend, showing that His Airness can still fly – albeit at a lower altitude – by rising up and with one hand. At 50-years-old. a pair of jeans and Air Jordans. This still happens, was the description accompanying the photo sent out from the Twitter account of ‘s camp, @MJFlightSchool. A YouTube video shows a camper defending , and when he goes for the steal the Hall of Famer drives the and throws down the one-handed jam. takes the youngster to school one more time the short clip, playfully backing him down before spinning away and sinking a running left-handed hook shot. Something has clearly gotten into the stars jordan 11 concord
of the 1980s and 90s this , as they’ve reminded a younger generation that they still have it. Or at last some of it. – 11 the TV documentary, The Doctor, 63-year-old Julius Erving throws down a one-handed jam and Pacers star told Slam Online last month that at one point during the Bird picked up a ball that had rolled over to him on the practice court and calmly drilled about 15 a row and just walked out like nothing just happened. , a notoriously fierce competitor, has made it a habit of reminding younger players why he’s considered the greatest of all-time – Bobcats rookie and No. 2 overall draft pick Kidd-Gilchrist admitted that , his senior by 30 years, beat him a game of one-on-one last – though that probably wasn’t his motivation here. Campers at UC were as as seven-years-old and the kid defending doesn’t look much older than 10. ON YOUR PHONE? THE VIDEO HERE Join the Conversation: facebook Tweet.
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The event will take place on September ?? and your ticket will include an entry glass of bubbly, a three course meal and live music.
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