How almost did Michael Jordan miss the NBA 75 because of his Nascar team?

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Due to the Daytona 500, Michael Jordan almost missed the NBA All-Star Game in Cleveland, Ohio.

Despite rumors, Jordan was the last player introduced at halftime in a wonderful tribute to the league’s 75th anniversary.

The legendary six-time NBA champion was pictured with the Chicago Bulls at the Daytona 500 on a very important day for him as owner of 23XI Racing on NASCAR’s social media.

Jordan on 23XI Racing’s first NASCAR win with Bubba Wallace

Bubba Wallace won his first NASCAR Cup Series race at Talladega, adding to his long and storied resume of victories.

The NBA legend’s victory at Talladega was his first as the owner of a NASCAR car for 23XI Racing.

With Denny Hamlin, Jordan co-owns the Cup Series team. The Chicago Bulls icon, who was not present at Talladega for his team’s first-ever win, released an official statement on the team’s No. 23 Toyota entering Victory Lane for the first time.

“I am so happy for Bubba and our entire 23XI Racing team,” Jordan said in a statement. “This is a huge milestone and a historic win for us. From the day we signed him, I knew Bubba had the talent, and Denny and I could not be more proud of him. Let’s go!”


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