List of Career Achievements By Michael Jordan

List Of Career Achievements By Michael Jordan

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... inches Vertical leap 42-45 inches (estimated) Weight (beginning of NBA career) 195 pounds Weight (end of NBA career) 216 pounds Body fat 3-4% 40 yard time 4.3 seconds ...

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