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Even at 50, Michael Jordan Can Still Dunk

'His Airness' threw one down at his MJ Flight School camp in California

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Michael Jordan, the greatest basketball player of all time according to many, doesn’t play basketball very much anymore. Well, at least not publicly.

There are always rumors that the now 50-year-old will lace up from time to time, just like last year when he beat Michael Kidd-Gilchrist in a game of 1-on-1.

But the reality is that no one really cares if MJ can still play. They want to know if after all this time away from the game, he can still dunk. As it turns out, he still can.

Jordan made headlines over the weekend after a picture of him dunking surfaced on Twitter. The dunk happened at his Flight School camp on the campus of the University of California-Santa Barbara and a picture of it was tweeted by @MJFlightSchool, the account associated with the camp, with the caption that read, “This still happens.”

Later, a video surfaced on YouTube of the dunk showing Michael Jordan’s hops are definitely not going through a mid-life crisis.

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